Welcome Back, SIS!!
We Are Solon Strong!
The Countdown is ON!
As I write this newsletter, there are exactly 17 days until we get the express privilege of welcoming you back to school! Our rockstar custodial team has been hard at work all summer long to get the building ready for us all. Teachers have been readying their rooms for the learning to come, and we simply can't wait to see you!
We have many goals we look forward to working on and reaching this school year (see below). I'm confident that together we can reach these goals and make a lot of great memories along the way!
Please do take a peek at some upcoming important dates and extra information to follow.
For now, soak up these last days of summer! Parents, if you have any questions or concerns as the first day draws near, please let me know. I can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via my office phone at 319-624-2427, ext. 1502.
Additional Information Items
Mark Your Calendars
Aug. 14: Sparty Party (Information can be found HERE)Aug. 19: SIS Back to School Night 4:30 - 6:00 pm
Aug. 23: First Day of School (Early Release-- 1:45 pm)
Aug. 24: Early Release (1:45 pm)
Aug. 26: Thursday Early Dismissal (1:45 pm --- Every Thursday)
Sept. 6: No School -- Labor Day
21-22 School Calendar
SCSD Annual Registration 2021-2022
The Solon Community School District opened annual registration on July 21, 2021, for the 2021-2022 school year. Parents and guardians who have updated information prior to this date should review each form as some forms have recently changed. Please make sure you complete all forms and pay all registration fees prior to August 16, 2021.
Information regarding transportation will be communicated soon. If you have immediate transportation questions, please contact Dave Johnson, Transportation Director, at email@example.com.
District Mitigation Information
The district will continue to follow Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) guidance. The IDPH most recent guidance on COVID19 and other illnesses can be found in this link. It is important to monitor your child for symptoms and keep your child home if symptoms are evident as directed by public health.
Iowa law prevents mandating mask use, but the district welcomes their use by those choosing to wear them. We encourage everyone to consult with your personal family physician or health care provider with decisions related to COVID19 and other childhood illnesses.