Coloma Junior High
Week of January 11, 2021
Second Semester is Under Way
It is wonderful to have our students back in the building after our Winter Break! Students have happily transitioned into their 2nd Semester classes. Thank you to all of our families for continuing to monitor your child's health during this time. Our building is able to continue educating students face to face because of your diligence in keeping your family and our school family safe. Let's have a safe and productive 2nd Semester.
Report cards for the end of 1st Semester have been posted to the Parent Portal.
- Be sure to review your child's grades with them and discuss any challenges that they had last semester and next make a plan to avoid those same challenges for this semester.
The number one piece of advice that we give parents of Junior High students is to be sure that you are checking your child's grades in the Parent Portal on a regular basis. If you make a weekly habit of checking grades, you will be able to help your child stay on track as opposed to trying to dig out of a hole at the end of the marking period, which can often feel overwhelming. Make things easier for both you and your child by consistently staying on top of missing assignments. The link for the Parent Portal is available below.
Click here to log into your account. Please contact the office if you have difficulty logging in.
Reminder No School on Monday, Jan. 18th
The Week Ahead...
RTI - 4th Hour
RTI - 5th Hour
Report Cards Posted
Delayed Start - School Begins at 10:00am
RTI - 6th Hour
RTI - 1st Hour
Conduct Daily Health Screenings
- temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher
- sore throat
- an uncontrolled cough that causes difficulty breathing
- the onset of a severe headache
- diarrhea and/or vomiting
- unusual belly pain
- new loss of taste or smell
IMPORTANT: Based on Board policies and written guidance from local, state and federal health officials, in order for your child to return to school after experiencing one or more of the above symptoms a parent/guardian must provide a negative COVID-19 test result or a doctor’s note releasing the student to attend school. If you do not provide a negative COVID-19 test result or doctor’s note, then your student will be excluded from Coloma Community Schools for ten (10) days from the first day they had symptoms. They must also be fever free for 24 hours and/or their symptoms have improved after the ten (10) day exclusion period before they can return.
This link provides you with the most up to date information regarding our Return to School Communication.
1/18 - No School
2/10 - Delayed Start
2/12 - No School - Mid Winter Break
2/15 - No School - Mid Winter Break
2/24 - Delayed Start
2/24 - Parent Teacher Conferences 4pm - 7pm