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4th 6 weeks starts February 1
The fourth six weeks starts February 1st. We are continuing to grow as it relates to the number of students selecting to return to in-person instruction. Currently we have 400 of our 636 students on campus. Spacing in the classrooms is currently 3-4 feet. With growth, it means that space in classrooms is very limited and it becomes even more important for everyone to ensure that we closely monitor and not send children to school sick or when someone in the household is sick. It is also very important that you talk with your children about proper mask wearing and social distancing. Any adjustment for the 4th six weeks is shared below.
Switching from Virtual to In-Person and back
Thank you Mrs. Flory! We will miss you!
PE Adjustments for February 1
2nd Grade 4th 6 weeks possible change
Traffic Concerns and Drop Off/Pick Up
1. As you are getting into the drop off line, please be sure to respect the flow of the line and not try and cut in. Particularly on Jason, some cars are cutting into the line. The traffic in the front goes down the side of the park on Jason and if needed curves around the park. Please be mindful of this as you are creating a route to get in line.
2. You've noticed the addition of a few cones in the Jason drive. The cones are to prevent the constant issue that we have of cars pulling around each other without being directed. Cones will remain there for the remainder of the year and as needed a staff member will direct you around the first vehicle if there is a delay in the student getting to the car.
3. When you arrive for drop off or pick up, please pull all the way up. This helps with keeping the loop moving and clearing the traffic from the street.
4. For morning arrival, please roll down your window for temperature checks. This keeps it quick and safe for all as we do not need to reach into your vehicle to check the temperature
5. Be Ready! This is one of our 3Rs and we need you to help your students practice this. When you arrive in the loop, there mask should be on. They should have easy access to their lunch, water bottle and backpack. As soon as their temperature is checked they should be ready to exit quickly.
6. Lastly, I want to remind parents that we do not have a crossing guard on Jason street. I've noticed a few students that are crossing the street as parents drop them off. We do not have a crossing guard or supervision in this area, so please make a safer decision and cross with your kids if you must cross that area.