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We are very excited to see our 6th graders and get them started back at school.  In addition to simply coming back to school, there are a number of procedure items we’ll need to communicate over the next few days.
 
Transportation Preference Survey
Please follow this link to let us know how your student will be getting to and from school.
Transportation preference
 
Parent Packet Pickup – Monday, January 11th
 
We’ll have parent packets with all the information ready for pick up on Monday, January 11th.
This will include arrival and dismissal processes, classroom items and supplies, classroom safety, and movement around the building.  We’ll also include supplies needed each day - attestation tickets, parent agreement, face mask, new bell schedule, and dismissal number.
 
You can pick them up anytime on Monday from 7:30am-5:00pm.  Call in to the office, 558-6201, when you arrive and we can bring one out to your car.
 
Informational Webinar – Wednesday January 13th at 6pm
 
We will hold an informational webinar to explain our process and answer questions.
Use the link below to access the webinar on Wednesday, January 13th at 6:00pm.
 
Bell Schedule Change – begins Thursday, January 14th
 
For in person students, beginning at 8:30am, there will be an extended learning time as students arrive to their 1st period class.  As students enter the building, they will be required to go straight to their 1st period classroom.  They will have access to their 1st period teacher and begin working on assignments or other activities as other students arrive. 
All classes will begin at 8:50 starting Thursday, January 14th. 
Please see the attachment to this email for entire bell schedule.
 
6th grade A/B cohorts – January 14-20
With student and staff safety as our highest priority, we will be starting our 6th graders in an A/B schedule, and extending this for the first four days of instruction.  This will allow for us to ensure students are well-oriented at our school and know all our procedures.  This will also allow teachers to work with smaller groups of students as they learn these new expectations and protocols.  On the “off” day, there will be assignments for your student in each of their blackboard classes, but they will not participate in a virtual class with their teacher.  We feel it is highly important for teachers to be able to give their full attention to the students physically with them on each of these days. 
Please see below for your student’s cohort information and days they will be physically attending school:
Thursday, January 14th – Cohort A – Students will the LAST name A-L
Friday, January 15th – Cohort B – Students with the LAST name M-Z
 
Monday, January 18th – Martin Luther King Day – No School
 
Tuesday, January 19th – Cohort A – Students with the LAST name A-L
Wednesday, January 20th – Cohort B – Students with the LAST name M-Z
 
Beginning Thursday, January 21st, ALL 6th grade students will be attending every day.
 

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Sixth Grade Webinar January 13, 6 PM

We will hold an informational webinar to explain our process and answer questions. Use the link below to access the webinar on Wednesday, January 13th at 6:00pm