Humboldt Hawks Weekly Update
Have a great summer!
End of year note
We know that this year was challenging and confusing for all. The time outside of the building was not easy for students or staff but we hope that it kept as many people safe as possible. Our return to Humboldt came with it's own challenges but for the most part it was a great reunion of students, friends, teachers and other building staff that were all so happy to be there learning and teaching together.
Our year ended abruptly and with some sadness and once again we are all separated. We hope you all take this summer to enjoy your loved ones, create memories and come back rejuvenated and ready to tackle the year.
See you in September!
End of year celebrations
Fall Sports Promo
End of Year and Summer Updates from the District
Thank you for supporting your students and our SPPS community through this challenging school year. Please read the important information below as we end the year and look ahead to summer and next fall.
Students who are returning to SPPS in the fall can keep their iPads and hotspots over the summer. iPad support will be available at Harding High School and Rondo starting June 14. Devices can be dropped off at your student’s school through Monday, June 14, or at Harding or Rondo after that date. Contact Family Support at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-603-4348 for additional support.
Final elementary progress reports and secondary report cards will not be printed and mailed home this year. Families can view and download final progress and grade reports in Campus between June 15-July 1. Graduating seniors will receive a mailed copy of their final progress report in late June.
Keep students engaged this summer with these reading resources, enriching iPad apps, Community Education courses and in-person Summer Learning Programs. Please note that some locations have changed to buildings with air conditioning.
Updated COVID-19 prevention guidelines will be in place for Summer Learning Programs, Discovery Club and other SPPS summer programming beginning June 14. The guidance includes updates around face coverings, transportation, visitors, field trips and other measures.
All families can register to receive free meal delivery this summer. Meal boxes include fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, grains, breakfast foods, milk and recipes. Meal boxes can also be picked up at select schools and libraries.
New for the 2021-22 school year, the SPPS Online School is a fully online high school that will serve students in grades 9-12. This new school will have its own principal, staff and students. Enroll online or by calling 651-632-3760.
2021-22 School Year
SPPS is planning to start the 2021-22 school year with all grades attending school in-person five days a week. Please look for additional updates via email and on spps.org this summer.