Communication Regarding End of Year Types of Things! (May 5th)
Our plans for fall with being 100% onsite are contingent upon things continuing to go well with the positivity rate remaining low, as well as our numbers of students having to quarantine. As a district, we are hopeful and optimistic that we can also start school in the fall without masks. We also hope that some of our social distancing measures will also not be needed, such as having a second “lunch” room at each campus. I realize that hope is not a strategy and that all of these things are contingent upon Covid related things continuing to go well. All of these plans and decisions will be made in coordination with public health. Public Health knows our goals are to get back to some of the normal, less restrictive things we had prior to Covid, and balancing that goal with ensuring that we do not experience a huge spike.
As we near the end of the year, we just want to remind everyone to check to see if there are any balances that have not been paid. Even though our breakfasts/lunches were free to all students, some students have had extra milk, or seconds that have caused there to be a lunch balance. Others may have had balances prior to this year and those haven’t gone away. Preschool tuition is another thing that if you have a child in preschool, please be sure those fees are taken care of. Thanks for your help with this!
I want to thank all of the parents that supported us during this trying year. Although there were some decisions that were made that you may not have agreed with, we appreciate the support and understanding that was shown. This year required all of us to work together for the good of our students. With less than 20 days of school left, it is safe to say that we are going to make it through this year and I believe we will all be better and stronger because of it.