I want to take a moment to update our community on “The Plan” to return locker items and collect school items from families. I also want to use this opportunity to provide an update on learning activities, weekly attendance checks, quarter 3 grades, and yearbooks.
Unfortunately, we have not been given approval to begin collecting library books, textbooks, instruments, or band/choir/orchestra uniforms. As a result, we also do not have permission to begin returning items from students’ academic and PE lockers. Once we have permission, we hope to act quickly and implement “The Plan” previously shared. To assist, we are asking parents, who did not complete this survey last week, to please do so before Friday, May 15, 2020. This information will help us with the process of cleaning out PE and academic lockers. Here is the survey:
The last day for teacher office hours and learning activities is Friday, May 15, 2020. Teachers will still be available to students and parents, via email, through May 21, 2020. Keep in mind that teachers now have the ability to update quarter 3 grades to reflect redo assignments, so check your child’s Infinite Campus as quarter 3 grades will be the semester grade.
Per CCSD, teachers are required to complete weekly attendance checks through next week. Your student should receive an email from the same teacher who has been inquiring about attendance on Monday. Please ask your son/daughter to respond to the email on Monday or Tuesday so the teachers can complete their attendance checks early next week.
Also, we are optimistic that our Yearbooks will arrive in June. Once our Yearbooks are on campus, we will notify parents and provide a schedule for Yearbooks to be distributed. The schedule will allow parents to drive to campus to collect the Yearbook.
Again, we do not have a date to begin collecting and returning materials to/from students. Once we have a date, this will be communicated to parents and students. In the meantime, please complete the above survey.
Thank you for your patience and support throughout this entire process. We are all excited and optimistic for the 20-21 school year (even though I have no idea what it will look like).
Todd C. Petersen, Principal