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Thank you to all of the volunteers who supported our school grounds clean-up and preparations for in-person learning last weekend! Special thanks to Guy Amouzou, Aimee Harmon-Darrow, Lanie Thomas, Eric Parker, Cecilia Beasley, and students Grace H-D, Londyn E, and Pamela D.
Board meeting Monday, 4/19 at 6:00pm.
Final budget review for next school year will be on the agenda. Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 956 008 3920
For Teacher Appreciation Week, the week of May 3, we are printing individualized photo books for our teaching staff, and we’re calling on students and families to send us photos, artwork, or notes to include in the project!
Please send your images to Julie Skokna by April 20. Include your child’s name and the educator whose book you are submitting to.
Email submissions to email@example.com or message “Julie Hartman Skokna” on Facebook Messenger.
Images can include photos of past Creative City events, poems, letters about what makes their educator special, artwork that expresses their connection to our school, or simply a picture of your student.
Don’t forget instructors who don’t have homerooms, like our A-Team or REST team. Also, feel free to include materials for educators your student may have had in the past.
All submissions will be used exclusively for this project and will be made available only to the specified teacher.
All in person learners MUST have a signed consent form on file at the school, or they will be excluded from in-person learning beginning next week (4/19). (Form)
This week we are making preparations to welcome some of our students back to in-person learning. All students will have a bit more asynchronous (independent learning) time, this week only, while our staff makes final preparations for this transition. Your teacher will provide directions about what work students should complete during this asynchronous time.
Whether your child will be returning in person or remaining virtual, we are working hard to ensure a smooth transition so that ALL learners have the best possible experience for the remainder of the school year.
Families of in-person learners will be receiving an email early this week confirming their teacher, their schedule, and any details they need to know.
Families of virtual learners will be notified directly this week if there are changes that apply to them. Some homeroom changes are needed to respond to the new structures of in-person learning, but this will not impact every student.
Traci Johnson Mathena, Principal