The Wildcat Report
The Newsletter of Marcellus Elementary - May 2020
Update from the Office
Dear Wildcat Families,
I want to start off by thanking you for all you are doing to support your child(ren) with at home/online learning right now. Our families are rocking it! It is a tough job to be caring for them as parent/guardians, teaching them, managing your own jobs, and everything else that could be impacting your family during the pandemic! THANK YOU! We know you are doing your best everyday for your family! Anything you are able to do to support your child(ren)’s learning and social emotional well being is exactly what you should be doing at this time.
During this time, please take the opportunity to just love your family. Take time to play board games, get outside together, connect as a family and just be with each other. Your social emotional support during this time is most important. As always, please reach out to us if you need support in any way. We have resources that can help our families and we do not want anyone to struggle during this time.
I know many of you are wondering about many things and have questions. I don’t know what the future holds, but I do know that I will do my best to communicate with you as soon as I find out.
I want you to know that we miss each and everyone of you!! We can’t wait to see you all again! Together, we can get through this!
Mrs. Tracy Spaulding
Grab and Go meals are available every Tuesday and Friday from 11:30 - 12:30 in front of the elementary building. Please drive thru and grab meals for your family. These meals are for all children in Marcellus, not just those “in need” at this time.
Our food service team of Shannon, Laura and Marcie are amazing and are simply amazing and they are happily greeting our families. On Fridays, you may be able to see your favorite teachers when you come through the line. They miss you and are happy to greet students!
If you are unable to get to the elementary to pick up meals, please consider contacting the office and we may be able to assist, 646-9209.