We have been working hard to create the perfect virtual
promotion. On Wednesday, June 10th at 9:00 AM a video will be
posted for you and your families to view on YouTube. Teachers
will be posting the link on their stream page as well as on our
Facebook and here on our website. It will not be available until
then! We hope you enjoy it!
Students cannot receive a lower grade for participating in
distance learning. Final grades posted throughout the
remainder of the academic year will not fall below their grade as
of March 13. Students may view these grades online. Instructions
about how to access online grades are below.
A student can raise their grade during distance
learning. This is an opportunity for students to improve
ASES, our after school
program is currently enrolling. We still have
spaces available and would like to encourage anyone interested in
learning more or enrolling their 1st-6th grade student to attend
an upcoming enrollment event. We also have
limited spaces available for
Kindergarten students this year!
This year we have changed our morning drop off
routine in an effort to provide a more consistent, safe, and
secure route for our families and students. Just as in
dismissal, both gates will be open on 8th Avenue and a crossing
guard will be helping students safety cross 8th avenue using the
crosswalk. The front area of the school will be used for
busses only. Please do not drop your student
off in the red zone area on 8th Ave. Once on campus,
students should head directly to the cafeteria.
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