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What Is Happening At Lee School This Week? 1.6.22

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Happy New Year!

We have had a great start to 2022! It has been so wonderful to have all the smiling faces back at school ready to get to work growing our brains!


Monday was a busy day for staff filled with planning and preparing for the weeks to come. In addition, we spent some time planning for what a snow day might look like for our staff and students. Since most of us have virtual learning experience from last year, we will be able to use that knowledge to continue learning even if we are snowed in! More information coming your way from the CSD and your child's teacher!


Have a great day!


Take care,

Cherie

Dates To Remember!

Monday, Jan 17th-No School, Martin Luther King Jr Day

Thursday, Jan 27th-Last Day of 1st Semester

Friday, Jan 28th-No School, Grade Day

Opportunities To Eat Inside

With the weather getting so wet and chilly, we will be moving more tables inside for lunch. We will continue to have students sitting at least 3 feet apart to help keep everyone as healthy as possible. With such a small cafeteria, this may prove to be a challenge. If we run out of space in the cafeteria, we will find another location inside for students to eat.


We know there are families that would like their students to continue eating outside in the fresh air. If that is what you would like your child/children to do, please click on the button below to put their names on our Outdoor Eating List.

I would Like My Child To Continue Eating Outside

Click here to fill out the quick form to have your student continue to eat outside, under the tent.

School Drop Off & Pick Up

Thank you for your patience and kindness during drop off and pick up times! It is GREATLY appreciated! With more cars in line and more families new to drop off/pick up, it is very helpful to give everyone a little extra grace!


Helpful Tips:

  • Please show your brightly colored name cards to the staff in the pick up line (click here if you need a new name card);
  • If your child still needs help to be buckled in or out of their seat, please either work with them on this skill so they can be more independent OR consider parking in the lot and walking them to the front of the school. We are working to keep the drive thru drop off moving along quickly.
  • Use Pick Up Patrol to change your child's after school destination.
  • To ensure all students are safe, please do not drive around other cars.

Thank You!

Thanks so much families for taking care of our school community by watching your child for any symptoms of illness and calling to let us know of any COVID-19 exposure. Our school nurse, Justin Mott, and our Health assistant, Laura Westerberg-Wood, are working hard to connect with families and make sure we get you the information you need for your child's health. Check out the information below for details on COVID testing sites and quarantine options for students who are exposed at school and unvaccinated.

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Winter Weather Prep

Please subscribe to Canby School District on FlashAlert.

As the temperatures continue getting colder, it’s time to start preparing for winter weather and the snow bus routes, school delays, or closures that can come along with it.

When inclement weather strikes, the district will make decisions about school as early as possible -- sometimes even the night before, but our goal is by no later than about 5:30 a.m. on the day of the weather event. The message will go out via FlashAlert and will then be reported on most news websites and TV stations.

To make sure you’re set to receive the information, again, please subscribe to Canby School District on FlashAlert. Now is also a good time to update your text preferences online by listing your phone number. For more information, please see our inclement weather page.

Safe Oregon

Canby School District is now offering the community a simple way to report student safety threats. SafeOregon is a 24-hour anonymous tip-line individuals can use if they see or hear about instances of bullying, violence, threats, drug use, suicidal thoughts and more. The goal is to keep students safe by preventing threats from coming to fruition.


There are a number of ways to report, including:


  • Texting or calling 844-4-SAFE-OR (844-472-3367)

  • Emailing tip@safeoregon.com

  • Online at safeoregon.com

  • Via the SafeOregon app


Please help us keep Canby’s kids safe by utilizing this program.

Lee Staff Contact Information

Click Here to Find Staff Phone Numbers and Email Addresses