The WFS Snapshot
December 23, 2020
A Message From Dr. Kuras
As 2020 comes to an end and we begin our winter break, I want to take a moment to thank all the members of the West Freehold School community. Thank you for your dedication, resiliency, and flexibility during these challenging times. It was our ability to come together and work towards a common goal that allowed us to make our students' academic, social, and emotional needs our top priority. The work we have done together was by no means easy and without its complications. However, as a team, we were able to focus on our students and make decisions based on their individual and unique needs. As we move into the 2021 year, I know we will continue this positive partnership and remain dedicated to each child's personal growth.
During this holiday season and throughout the winter break, my hope is we all use the gift of reflection to reflect upon what we are grateful for and to reflect upon what is important in each of our lives. Personally, I am grateful for the people that surround me each day. I am grateful for the love of my family and for the joy and excitement that fills my home because of them. I am grateful for the kind and generous people I work with each day; their dedication is inspiring and I am often in awe of their perseverance. This year has reminded me that it is the people that I am grateful for that are the most important to me. Their well-being is at the top of my wish list this year.
At this time, I would like to wish all the families and friends of the West Freehold School a festive holiday season and a happy and heathy start to 2021. And may the people that surround you bring you the love and joy you deserve.
Anne Kuras, Ed.D.
IMPORTANT information from our Superintendent, Mr. Dickstein - 12/11/2020
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During our full remote instruction time, please remember...
- typical school hours will remain. Please check with your child's teachers for detailed instruction.
- student attendance will still be taken each day. Your child must be present during zoom sessions in order to be marked "present" for the day.
- the West Freehold School Main Office may be contacted via phone or email during typical school hours.