Carriage Connection

April 7, 2021

Carriage Families,

We hope you had a wonderful Spring break and we were happy to see Cohort A already this week. Please check our school website for all the documentation and information regarding in-person learning.


Thank you for your patience while we help our students learn the new procedures of arriving and dismissal. Please remember that the front parking lot is also utilized for drop off for daycare and special education busses. Please do not park your car and leave it in the loading zones.

Also, in the K-2 parking lot, please remember, that this is a constantly moving circle. If your student is not out front at the time you are there, please continue to move through the circle and come back through. People in the cars behind cannot get out after picking up their student. These are the same procedures that we had in place before the Hybrid schedule. If you have any concerns, please park and meet your student on the sidewalk.

We cannot dismiss students into the parking lot if you are parked for safety reasons, so please plan to pick them up in the parking pick up area or park and walk to meet your student.

Important Dates:

  • 4/30 - No School

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Zoom Link for Carriage Social Hour

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Spirit Wear Order Forms - DATE EXTENDED - Due Friday, April 13th

You can now order our Carriage Covid spirit wear. At this time, you can drop off your order form on supply pick up day or mail into the office. We will have a pay online option up and running by next week.

Thank you!

Lunch Pick-up Times - MESA

A quick reminder - if your student is here on campus, we will take lunch count in the morning and send home lunch and breakfast for the next day. If you are in Cohort C or the cohort that is not attending, you may utilize our curbside pick up at Mesa at 10:00 - 10:30. This is drive thru service under the bull only.

If you need daycare...


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