Can you believe February is over and it’s already time for March? Time for parent-teacher conferences, time for March Is Reading Month, time for... dare I say... Spring? Perhaps I’m getting ahead of myself.
For those of you who drive your students to school in the morning, please use even more caution in our drop off and pick up loop. We’ve had some dangerous driving happening and we worry for the safety of our students, our staff and our entire school family. Please consider these reminders.
To drop students off in the morning:
• Move slowly and cautiously in the loop.
• Pull your car forward as far as you can before you let your students out of the car.
• Pull to the right lane against the curb to let students out.
• Do not create an additional drop off loop in the parking lot.
Thank you for your help with this!
Have a great weekend. Stay Safe. Be Kind.
What a busy, short week we had here at school! We welcomed 26 students back to our face to face program, we survived -10 degree mornings, we talked about big feelings, and we witnessed The Perseverance, a robotic rover landing on Mars! Phew! Anyone else tired? Have a great weekend. Stay Safe. Be Kind.
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No school for students Monday and Tuesday! I hope you can enjoy some family winter time! Watch for Parent-Teacher Conference sign ups coming soon!
See you Wednesday!
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