September 11th, 2020
What a first week back! It has been amazing getting to meet all of the students and see the excitement to be back in school. This fills me with excitement for what the rest of the school year will be like!
Also, a huge thank you to PSO for providing the awesome Hawaiian Ice treat for our students Friday! Just a great way to end the first week back to school.
I also need to express my gratitude to each and every family for bearing with us and providing positive spirits in line during the dismissal process. We are still try to get the procedures just right to accommodate the social distancing while in the building. We are sending home new dismissal placards for cars to help make the process a bit more smooth. Each family will receive two placards and if more are needed don't hesitate to ask.
I am looking forward to the awesomeness of week two! Keep up the great work with hand washing, wearing our face coverings, and social distancing. Keep working hard to keep St. Mary School safe and healthy! Hope everyone enjoys a restful weekend.
Lunch and Recess Volunteers
NWEA Family Tool-Kit This is a resource that provides a lot of information regarding the MAP Growth tests.
Gym will also begin next week on Monday. Be prepared with gym clothes and a great attitude! Mr. Huber is excited to start the year!
Covid-19 Acknowledgement of Risk
St. Mary School 2020-2021 Reopening Plan
First day 3's - Tuesday, Sept. 15th
AM Preschool start time will be 8:15 instead of 8:30. This is an effort to ensure we have ample time between preschool groups to sanitize the classroom.
AM Schedule - 8:15-11:15
PM Schedule - 12:30-3:30
Face Coverings - Preschool students will be required to have a face covering (mask) at school. However, they are not mandated or required to wear them throughout the day. Our preschool staff will work with our students to understand the purpose and procedure of wearing face coverings and will have the discretion to allow preschool students to not wear face coverings throughout the day. It will be highly encouraged that they wear them while moving through common areas of the school, but with the understanding of student-by-student needs with the face coverings for our preschool students. If there are any questions regarding face coverings please reach out to Mr. Mitchell at email@example.com.
Temperature and Symptoms Checks Reminder
Masks and Hygiene
Update: students may wear the gaiter scarf type face coverings, although the cloth masks are recommended.
Also, please practice proper hygiene as well. Please visit https://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/index.html for guidelines.
If there are any questions regarding face coverings, please contact Mr. Mitchell at firstname.lastname@example.org
September 15th - First day of school Preschool 4's
September 15th - First day of School Preschool 3's
September 14th - 25th - Fall MAP Test