The Final Frontier of 2019-2020
A Note from Mrs. Mitchell...
My family will be taking a road trip to the Gulf Shores of Alabama in late June. There won't be many places to go other than the beach, but at least we won't be at home! We're looking forward to a change of scenery and leaving work completely behind. Working from home has required me to pretty much ignore my children for the majority of the day. At this point, even though we've been stuck together in the same house, they're craving some quality family time.
As businesses begin to reopen this summer, I hope you're able to truly enjoy doing the things we once took for granted - having dinner at a restaurant, playing at a park, shopping in a store, dropping kids off at practice, and visiting friends and family. Remember that when we lost these things there was a grieving process. However, brace yourselves because I believe that we're in store for yet another grieving process. When things finally get back to normal, whenever that might be, we will grieve again. For me, I will miss waking up without an alarm, taking a 7:00 AM walk with my husband and dogs, eating dinner as a family every night, knowing my children are home and safe, and saving a ton of gas money! Hopefully, if we ever find ourselves in a lock down situation again, I will remember these things and not take them for granted.
Although this is the final Frontier of this school year, you can expect to hear from me regularly throughout the summer. I will be providing updates in regards to the 2020-2021 school year as I receive them.
From the bottom of my heart, it has been a pleasure to serve as your principal, and from my family to yours, have a safe and healthy summer!
8th Grade Virtual Promotion Celebrations
Student Materials & Yearbooks
If you would still like to purchase a yearbook, parents will be able to do that through PushCoin. This process is not yet set up, so please look for updates about in the near future. 6th and 7th grade students who purchase yearbooks will receive them when school reopens in the fall. 8th grade students will receive their books in the mail.