It has been amazing to bring students back to school on the hybrid schedule. Elementary students had a phased return earlier in March, middle school students are returning this week and high school students will start the week of April 19. The energy in the buildings is contagious!
The purpose of the emergency waiver program is to help prevent students from being negatively impacted by the COVID19 Pandemic. The Credit and Graduation Pathway Waivers apply to the Classes of 2020 and 2021 in the 2020-2021 school year. Only students “Reasonably expected to graduate” during the 2021 school year may be eligible. “Reasonably expected to graduate” means your student’s earned credits and current or planned enrollment would have been sufficient for your student to meet the applicable state minimum graduation requirements by the end of the school year.
Students in preschool through 2nd grade began in-person March 3 and grades 3-5 begin tomorrow. We are excited to announce middle school students will begin the week of March 29 and the high school in-person hybrid rotation will begin April 19.
As we begin to welcome students back in the hybrid model, we need to make some changes to our meal distribution schedule and drop off locations.
7:00 PM School Board Meeting