Final Week of May 18-22, 2020

Tanya Matos, Mary Jane Garza, Maria Gaona

Dyslexia Updates

Hello Families,


This last week of school came upon us quickly. I want to extend my appreciation to the students and families who remained in contact with me and who actively participated in our group times. This has been a long and trying process but you have stuck it out and I am grateful for it. The virtual meetings don't replace the face to face time with your children that I so greatly miss but we are fortunate we at least had virtual spaces as an option to see each other.


Please look out for a SeeSaw message regarding our iPad and Dyslexia packet return information.


I hope all of you have a safe summer and remain healthy. You all will be in my thoughts. I hope to see you and your families in the fall.


Love,

Miss Matos

Life Skills Updates

Life Skills Updates

We are on our final week of school! With that being said, I would like to thank you all for your magnificent cooperation and patience with all of the trial and errors of this online learning process. As a department, we are looking into other options for the new school year to better meet the needs of our students.

Some important dates to keep in mind:

Wednesday, May 20- Thursday, May 21: Student Materials pick-up/iPad Drop-off

Friday, May 22, 2020: Last Day of School


I would like to wish our 5th graders the best on their next chapter in life! You will be dearly missed and hope to run into you in the future!


I will continue to keep in touch and hope everyone keeps safe this summer! Warm hugs and well wishes.


Love,

Ms. Gaona

Special Education Resource/Inclusion

Last School Year Letter

Dear parents/guardians,


I would like to take this opportunity to THANK YOU again for your support and patience during this COVID-19 school year, and for allowing me to be your child's resource/inclusion teacher. It has been a wonderful, rewarding and interesting year. One of which I will never forget. Keep doing an awesome job supporting your children throughout their school years.


To my students, I too say THANK YOU! For when I teach, I also learn. This past year we have grown together. A little bit of each of you will always be with me. Remember to always strive to be the BEST that you can be! You will forever be in my heart.


Love,

Ms. Garza