Welcome Back 3rd, 4th and 5th graders!
Thank you for your patience and flexibility as we are moving into hybrid learning. We are so excited to have your children back on campus to continue their learning journey! As a staff member said this week, "The buzz is back in the building!"
Next week we will welcome back our 3rd-5th grade students. Just a few reminders:
- Be sure you know which cohort your child is in and what days they attend.
- School is in session from 8:45-12:00.
- Please remember to sign the green attestation form every day your child attends and keep your child home if they are not feeling well.
- If you drop off your child, drop off is between 8:25-8:45. Please remember you must remain with your child until they are checked in by an adult. Please have your attestation form ready before you enter the parking lot.
- If you pick up your child after school, car pick up is on the Powerhouse side. To help with a smooth dismissal, please display the car tag with your child's name in the windshield until you have your child in your car. Also, please remain in your car and do not block traffic. If you need to assist your child in buckling we'll ask you to move forward or into a parking space.
- If your child walks home, please make sure you have talked with them about picking a meeting spot with you and/or their siblings so they know where to go.
One final thing is that your child will still have work to do while at home. Since students are not back full days in the physical building, online work will continue. There will still be Google Meets to attend and work on Google classrooms. We know with another change to schedules things can get confusing. Please look for messages from your child's teacher explaining the changes. If you have any questions, reach out to your child's teacher for clarification or call the office at 573-1600.
Thank you for your continued support and partnership in your child's learning.
ELPA21 Test Begins
Students who are currently in the Transitional Bilingual Program will take the annual English Language Proficiency Assessment for the 21st Century this spring. The testing window begins March 22. There are four parts to the test: listening, reading, writing, and speaking. Each part of the test will determine how proficient your student is in using English to communicate.
The results of the ELPA21 test will be used to help determine appropriate language services for students and help guide staff to best support students’ needs. Please help us support your student by making sure they are well rested, nourished, and on time to school each day of the test. Thank You!
For additional information, click on the link below.
Important Dates and Info:
Spring Break: April 5 - 9, 2021
Office hours: 7:30 - 3:00 Monday - Friday.
Next Year Kinder Registration: Now open, packets available in the office.