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CAES Weekly Updates: January 2021

CAES Weekly Update      January 30, 2021

 

Isle of Wight County Schools is considering moving students who are on the In-Person Continuum to a full, five-day weekly schedule next month. 

The In-Person Continuum model allows for students to move between learning remotely, learning on a hybrid model, or learning in person 5 days a week, based on data related to COVID-19.

The division will continue to monitor data for positive cases and quarantines over the next several weeks. If the numbers are favorable, we plan to return Pre-K through 5th grade students to in-person learning, 5 days per week, beginning Tuesday, February 16.  By this date, IWCS will finish replacing tables with desks at our elementary schools. The desks will help physically distance students in the classroom. ​ In addition, we also have almost 500 employees who have registered for the COVID-19 vaccine with many receiving their first dose last week.

The mitigation strategies in place at all of our schools are working and preventing transmission of the virus. Since school opened on September 8, there have been no cases of student-to-student spread, student-to-teacher spread, or teacher-to-student spread.  ​However, if we do have issues with rising numbers of cases or quarantines, Superintendent Dr. Thornton, can close a classroom, a school, or even the entire division and return students to temporarily remote or hybrid learning if necessary. ​​

IWCS will make an announcement by Monday, February 8, regarding the final decision to welcome back Pre-K through 5th graders on the In-Person Continuum model to a 5-day week beginning Tuesday, February 16​. Information on student transportation and any schedule modifications will be shared as soon as details are finalized.

This decision does not impact students on the Virtual Learning Model for the second semester.

 

Good to Know

 

Your input is requested! Believe it or not, the 2021-2022 school calendar is in the draft process and input from the IWCS community is being sought through an online survey that will remain open until 11:59 p.m. February 1. A final draft calendar will be shared with the School Board at their February 11 meeting, and they will vote to approve the calendar at their March 11 meeting. Proposed Calendar Survey

 

From School Counselor Mrs. Berkeley: Each student was home with a packet of hot chocolate from the Cardinals CARE Club this week and a box is out in front of the building for all virtual students to come by and grab their hot chocolate. Cardinals are encouraged to enter our photo contest. Just take a picture of how you like to drink your hot chocolate (where, who are you with, do you add any ingredients) and follow the directions on the card to upload it. The contest will run through February 5. The picture that receives the most "likes" will win a prize from the Cardinals CARE Club. Each week we will feature entries on our social media pages. We cannot wait to see how you like to drink your hot chocolate! Let’s drink hot chocolate together even though we are apart. bit.ly/cocoaCAES

 

Check out the CAES PTA’s new website using the following link: carrollton.memberhub.store

  • Looking for a way to be more active in CAES?  Join the CAES PTA using the link below:

https://carrollton.memberhub.store/store?category=Memberships

  • Spirit Wear is now available to purchase until the end of February but shop fast as there are a limited number of sizes and styles and it is on a first come, first served basis!  Get your orders in now!

We have a Cardinals CARE Club Giving Tree in our lobby and one outside for all students and families to access throughout January. Unused hats, gloves, mittens, scarves, and even masks are on the trees and any student may take any item(s). 

 

Health Update

Two hybrid Cardinals were quarantined this week due to presenting COVID-like symptoms or being related to someone who presented symptoms or being in contact with a COVID-positive non-CAES person. Since September, we’ve only had twelve hybrid students test positive and through our contact tracing have found no Cardinal-to-Cardinal spread. 

 

From Our Librarian Mrs. Mitra

We are excited to announce that during library, Mrs. Berkeley our school counselor, and I will be starting a unit called HISstory, HERstory, MYstory, OURstory: Creating an Inclusive Community. 

In this unit, students will be exploring equity and empathy, what is special about themselves and writing their story. As part of their research and exploration, they will be reading stories about various cultures in our community.

Links celebrating cultural experiences not often represented in children’s literature have been posted on the Library Clever page to be enjoyed by all. (See below.) I hope you and your child will enjoy listening to these stories and learning about yourselves and others. 

 

Mark Your Calendar

 

2/1 & 2            No school: Staff clerical and professional development days

2/12                 Report cards will be made available / new desks and chairs arrive!

2/14                 Valentine’s Day

2/15                 No School: Presidents Day

2/16                 Potential start date for blending Hybrid A and B

 

Make it a point to enjoy your kids this weekend!

Mr.B.                                                                                                                               

Mr. Brennan

 

Please follow the CDC guidelines for keeping safe and minimizing the spread of COVID-19.  

Medical questions may be directed to the VDH Hotline: 877-275-8343 (877-ASK-VDH3). 

 Pertinent information will be made available on IWCS and CAES communication platforms.

 


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CAES Weekly Update      January 23, 2021

Somehow we've weathered and witnessed / a nation that isn’t broken / but simply unfinished / We the successors of a country and a time / Where a skinny Black girl / descended from slaves and raised by a single mother / can dream of becoming president / only to find herself reciting for one The girl is Amanda Gorman, the president is Joe Biden, and the recitation is her original poem “The Hill We Climb.” Following in the footsteps of literary legends Robert Frost and Maya Angelou who also presented poems at presidential inaugurations, Gorman, our country’s National Youth Poet Laureate, didn’t simply deliver rhyming verses – she shared stirring rhetoric. As a former English teacher, I was impressed by her use of allusion and alliteration and parallelism; I would’ve loved to sat down with my students and dissected that poem! As an American, I was heartened by her honesty and hopefulness. Here was this 22-year-old standing in front of the world on the Capitol steps where just two weeks ago hatred and hurt were on display in the form of a noose, Confederate flags, pipe bombs, and clenched fists. A person’s politics doesn’t change the fact that what Amanda said was true and that she, a self-described skinny Black girl, was able to stand there and say it is profound. Amanda ended her recitation Wednesday with this promise and challenge: “We will rebuild, reconcile and recover / and every known nook of our nation and / every corner called our country, / our people diverse and beautiful will emerge, / battered and beautiful / When day comes we step out of the shade, / aflame and unafraid / The new dawn blooms as we free it / For there is always light, / if only we’re brave enough to see it / If only we’re brave enough to be it.” 

Good to Know

From School Counselor Mrs. Berkeley: Each student was home with a packet of hot chocolate from the Cardinals CARE Club this week and a box is out in front of the building for all virtual students to come by and grab their hot chocolate. Cardinals are encouraged to enter our photo contest. Just take a picture of how you like to drink your hot chocolate (where, who are you with, do you add any ingredients) and follow the directions on the card to upload it. The contest will run through February 5. The picture that receives the most "likes" will win a prize from the Cardinals CARE Club. Each week we will feature entries on our social media pages. We cannot wait to see how you like to drink your hot chocolate! Let’s drink hot chocolate together even though we are apart.

Check out the CAES PTA’s new website using the following link: carrollton.memberhub.store

  • Looking for a way to be more active in CAES?  Join the CAES PTA using the link below:

https://carrollton.memberhub.store/store?category=Memberships

  • Spirit Wear is now available to purchase until the end of February but shop fast as there are a limited number of sizes and styles and it is on a first come, first served basis!  Get your orders in now!

We have a Cardinals CARE Club Giving Tree in our lobby and one outside for all students and families to access throughout January. Unused hats, gloves, mittens, scarves, and even masks are on the trees and any student may take any item(s). 

Pre-K and Kindergarten families, please complete this brief survey:  vafamilysurvey.info The purpose of this survey is to better understand children's care and/or educational experiences during COVID-19.  It takes 10-15 minutes to complete and the survey is available in English and Spanish. The deadline for completion is January 26.

Health Update

Twelve Cardinals were quarantined this week due to presenting COVID-like symptoms or being related to someone who presented symptoms or being in contact with a COVID-positive non-CAES person. Since September, we’ve only had twelve hybrid students test positive and have found no student-to-student spread. Three staff members tested positive during the winter break and temporary remote pause, returning to the building once their quarantines were completed.

Reminder: The 90-day conditional admission permitted for students to complete an immunization series will end Jan. 29. Returning students who are conditionally admitted must show documentation of immunization or have a medical or religious exemption to comply with enrollment requirements set forth by Virginia law. Families are encouraged to make appointments with their pediatrician or primary care provider now to avoid any delay in admission. Immunizations may also be obtained through local health departments. The Virginia Department of Health Medical Reserve Corps can assist schools to coordinate drive-thru clinics for needed immunizations. This does not pertain to the COVID-19 vaccine or flu shots, only those shots required to enroll in school.

From Our Librarian Mrs. Mitra

January’s calendar can be found on the library’s Clever page. Happy reading!

Read Aloud Links & Free Ebook Access:

For the next two weeks, library students will be learning about book awards. I have created documents which contain read aloud links of the books we will be talking about for your child's enjoyment. You will find the following list of read-alouds on the Library Clever page:  Caldecott Book Award winners, Ezra Jack Keats Book Award winners and the Nonfiction Book Award winners. On that page, you will also find a list of book trailers for Newbery Award winning chapter books and learn how to gain free access to these Newbery Award winning books from the Blackwater Regional Library!

Book Club for 2nd & 3rd Graders: The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate

(book trailer: https://youtu.be/UtPdqV2crQ0) 

Have you ever heard of a gorilla who lived in a mall? Well, to hear this incredible true story, listen to my read-alouds posted on the Library Clever page and then join me Fridays on Zoom from 10-10:30 or 2-2:30 for book discussions and fun activities. 

https://zoom.us/j/94188397995?pwd=bTU1dWxBdFB2N21DbU1xY3lzbEJDdz09

Meeting ID: 941 8839 7995
Passcode: library

Mark Your Calendar

1/29          End of the first semester

2/1 & 2      No school: Staff clerical and professional development days

2/12          Report cards will be made available

 

Be brave enough to be it,

Mr.B.                                                                                                                               

Mr. Brennan

 

Please follow the CDC guidelines for keeping safe and minimizing the spread of COVID-19.  

Medical questions may be directed to the VDH Hotline: 877-275-8343 (877-ASK-VDH3). 

Pertinent information will be made available on IWCS and CAES communication platforms.

CAES Weekly Update      January 16, 2021

Isle of Wight County Schools will return to in-person instruction for students on the hybrid continuum Tuesday, January 19. These past two weeks of remote learning after winter break have provided a quarantine period for IWCS. While numbers of positive COVID cases in the community are high, those numbers do not correlate to the percent positivity in schools.  School numbers have been very low due to the mitigation measures in place in all of our buildings and we have experienced no spread among students. We will continue to monitor neighboring divisions who, like IWCS, have conducted in-person learning since September to see if their experiences are similar to ours. [Lynn Briggs, IWCS Director of Community and Media Relations]

The new IWCS Coordinator of Equity and Inclusion, Mrs. Kiyaana Jones, and Mr. David Elliott, Coordinator of Education Technology (and former CAES student!), have developed an outstanding video in honor and celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The video has been posted to the division’s Facebook page and YouTube channel for the IWCS families, employees, and the community. Here’s the link: https://youtu.be/DfZG75FbC6Q

 

Good to Know

Join IWCS on January 20 for the LIVE Virtual Solar Groundbreaking at 10:00 AM! There will be addresses from Superintendent Dr. Jim Thornton, Sigora Solar CEO Logan Landry, Delegate Roslyn Tyler, and celebrations from the students! Watch the event on the IWCS Facebook page @isleofwightcountyschools or YouTube Channelwww.youtube.com/iwcschools

Check out the CAES PTA’s new website using the following link: carrollton.memberhub.store

  • Looking for a way to be more active in CAES?  Join the CAES PTA using the link below:

https://carrollton.memberhub.store/store?category=Memberships

  • Spirit Wear is now available to purchase until the end of February but shop fast as there are a limited number of sizes and styles and it is on a first come, first served basis!  Get your orders in now!

We have a Cardinals CARE Club Giving Tree in our lobby and one outside for all students and families to access throughout January. Unused hats, gloves, mittens, scarves, and even masks are on the trees and any student may take any item(s). 

Pre-K and Kindergarten families, please complete this brief survey:  vafamilysurvey.info

The purpose of this survey is to better understand children's care and/or educational experiences during COVID-19.  It takes 10-15 minutes to complete and the survey is available in English and Spanish. The deadline for completion is January 26.

Health Update

Reminder: The 90-day conditional admission permitted for students to complete an immunization series will end Jan. 29. Returning students who are conditionally admitted must show documentation of immunization or have a medical or religious exemption to comply with enrollment requirements set forth by Virginia law. Families are encouraged to make appointments with their pediatrician or primary care provider now to avoid any delay in admission. Immunizations may also be obtained through local health departments. The Virginia Department of Health Medical Reserve Corps can assist schools to coordinate drive-thru clinics for needed immunizations. This does not pertain to the COVID-19 vaccine or flu shots, only those shots required to enroll in school.

From Our Librarian Mrs. Mitra

December reading calendars are now due. Please email them to Mrs Mitra at smitra@iwcs.k12.va.us or turn them in at school. January’s calendar can be found on the library’s Clever page. Happy reading!

Read Aloud Links & Free Ebook Access:

For the next two weeks, library students will be learning about book awards. I have created documents which contain read aloud links of the books we will be talking about for your child's enjoyment. You will find the following list of read-alouds on the Library Clever page:  Caldecott Book Award winners, Ezra Jack Keats Book Award winners and the Nonfiction Book Award winners. On that page, you will also find a list of book trailers for Newbery Award winning chapter books and learn how to gain free access to these Newbery Award winning books from the Blackwater Regional Library!

Book Club for 2nd & 3rd Graders: The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate

(book trailer: https://youtu.be/UtPdqV2crQ0) 

Have you ever heard of a gorilla who lived in a mall? Well, to hear this incredible true story, listen to my read-alouds posted on the Library Clever page and then join me Fridays on Zoom from 10-10:30 or 2-2:30 for book discussions and fun activities. 

https://zoom.us/j/94188397995?pwd=bTU1dWxBdFB2N21DbU1xY3lzbEJDdz09

Meeting ID: 941 8839 7995
Passcode: library

Mark Your Calendar

1/18                No school: MLK Day

1/29                End of the first semester

2/1 & 2           No school: Staff clerical and professional development days

2/12                Report cards will be made available

 

The Fight for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Martin Luther King, Jr. is the first modern private citizen to be honored with a federal holiday, and for many familiar with his non-violent leadership of the civil rights movement, it made sense to celebrate him. The first push for a holiday honoring King took place just four days after his assassination. John Conyers, then a Democratic Congressman from Michigan, took to the floor of Congress to insist on a federal holiday in King’s honor. However, the request fell on deaf ears. One of the few black people in Congress, Conyers had been an active member of the civil rights movement for years. He had visited Selma, Alabama, in support of King. When his first bill failed, Conyers was undaunted. He enlisted the help of the Congressional Black Caucus, of which he was a founding member. For 15 years, the CBC attempted to break the stalled legislation loose, advocating within their constituent communities and helping Conyers introduce his bill year after year.  The tide finally turned in the early 1980s. By then, the CBC had collected six million signatures in support of a federal holiday in honor of King. And in 1983, as civil rights movement veterans gathered in Washington to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the March on Washington, King’s seminal “I Have a Dream” speech, and the 15th anniversary of his murder, something shook loose. When the legislation once again made it to the floor, the bill passed (78-22) and President Ronald Reagan immediately signed the legislation. But though the first federal holiday was celebrated in 1986, it took years for observance to filter through to every state. Several Southern states promptly combined Martin Luther, King, Jr. Day with holidays that uplifted Confederate leader Robert E. Lee, who was born on January 19. It wasn’t until 2000 that every state in the Union finally observed Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.                                                                                                                                                                              (history.com)

Let’s do our parts to make the dream a reality,

Mr.B.                                                                                                                               

Mr. Brennan

 

Please follow the CDC guidelines for keeping safe and minimizing the spread of COVID-19.  

Medical questions may be directed to the VDH Hotline: 877-275-8343 (877-ASK-VDH3). 

 Pertinent information will be made available on IWCS and CAES communication platforms.

CAES Weekly Update      January 9, 2021

 

America! America! God mend thine every flaw/Confirm thy soul in self-control/Thy liberty in law. Katherine Lee Bates wrote these words in 1895 as part of a poem that became the lyrics to the song “America the Beautiful.” This particular line isn’t one that is heard often but it sure is appropriate this week. Is our country flawed? Yes, because its citizens are flawed. Does democracy require self-control? Discliplne is mandatory for democracy to survive. Is there liberty in law? The only way a people can be free to pursue life, liberty, and happiness is through the willing submission to rules of conduct. As a news-junkie, I was glued to the screen Wednesday as the chaos unfolded. As a father, I was called again to assure my daughters that they were safe. As an American, I was disappointed, embarrassed. But as an American, I also have hope for a time when these words of Bates’ anthem ring true: “O beautiful for heroes proved, in liberating strife/Who more than self their country loved/And mercy more than life/America, America, May God they gold refine/Till all success be nobleness, and every gain divine.”

 

Here are some resources our school counselor Mrs. Berkeley shared with the staff to help children process disturbing news:

When Bad Things Are Happening

Cosmic Kids 

Helping Kids in Times of Change

7 Books For Kids That Can Help

 

Good to Know

 

Our 2020 United Way Campaign is officially over and our grand total for donations is $2,046.88.  That’s the best we’ve done during a pandemic! (Please see the breakdown below.) A big thanks to Mrs. Carr for facilitating the campaign.

Staff donations = $1,973.88

Student Superhero Days = $48.00

Student Team Jersey/Shirt Days = $25.00

 

Looking for a way to be more active in CAES?  Join the CAES PTA using the link carrollton.memberhub.com. This is a great way to get more involved and support your kids and your school community!

 

Cardinal Spirit Wear is now available to purchase until the end of January but shop fast as there are a limited number of sizes and styles and it is on a first come, first served basis!  Visit carrollton.memberhub.com and get your orders in now!

 

A reminder for our Hybrid Cardinals about the temporary remote instruction

  • Live remote instruction is offered Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday during a morning session and an afternoon session. (This is considered synchronous instruction because your child will be interacting with his/her teacher through Zoom.)
  • Synchronous sessions are from 9:00 – 11:00 or from 1:00 – 3:00 and your child is expected to attend one two-hour session each day offered. 
  • Wednesday and Friday are reserved for asynchronous instruction; your child will have recorded instruction to watch and/or assignments to submit through Canvas. 
  • To be noted as present, a student must appear on Zoom or submit the assigned work through Canvas each day.
 

Health Update

The 90-day conditional admission permitted for students to complete an immunization series will end Jan. 29. Returning students who are conditionally admitted must show documentation of immunization or have a medical or religious exemption to comply with enrollment requirements set forth by Virginia law. Families are encouraged to make appointments with their pediatrician or primary care provider now to avoid any delay in admission. Immunizations may also be obtained through local health departments. The Virginia Department of Health Medical Reserve Corps can assist schools to coordinate drive-thru clinics for needed immunizations. This does not pertain to the COVID-19 vaccine or flu shots, only those shots required to enroll in school.

 

Our Cardinals CARE Club the Giving Tree is up again this year! The big tree is in our lobby and a second Giving Tree is outside for all students and families to access throughout January. Unused hats, gloves, mittens, scarves, and even masks are on the trees and any student may take any item(s). 

 

From Our Librarian Mrs. Mitra

 

Read Aloud Links & Free Ebook Access:

For the next two weeks, library students will be learning about book awards. I have created documents which contain read aloud links of the books we will be talking about for your child's enjoyment. You will find the following list of read-alouds on the Library Clever page:  Caldecott Book Award winners, Ezra Jack Keats Book Award winners and the Nonfiction Book Award winners. On that page, you will also find a list of book trailers for Newbery Award winning chapter books and learn how to gain free access to these Newbery Award winning books from the Blackwater Regional Library!

 

Book Club for 2nd & 3rd Graders: The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate

(book trailer: https://youtu.be/UtPdqV2crQ0) 

Have you ever heard of a gorilla who lived in a mall? Well, to hear this incredible true story, listen to my read-alouds posted on the Library Clever page and then join me Fridays on Zoom from 10-10:30 or 2-2:30 for book discussions and fun activities. 

https://zoom.us/j/94188397995?pwd=bTU1dWxBdFB2N21DbU1xY3lzbEJDdz09

Meeting ID: 941 8839 7995
Passcode: library

 

Mark Your Calendar

1/14                School board meeting (6:00)

1/18                No school: MLK Day

1/29                End of the first semester

2/1 & 2           No school: Staff clerical and professional development days

2/12                Report cards will be made available

 

Have a nice weekend,

Mr.B.                                                                                                                               

Mr. Brennan

 

Please follow the CDC guidelines for keeping safe and minimizing the spread of COVID-19.  

Medical questions may be directed to the VDH Hotline: 877-275-8343 (877-ASK-VDH3). 

 Pertinent information will be made available on IWCS and CAES communication platforms.

CAES Weekly Update      January 2, 2021

 

The best thing about the future is that it only comes one day at a time. (D. Acheson) I approached New Year’s Eve differently than usual. Maybe that’s a result of just wanting to turn the page on 2020, or maybe it’s because I understand that turning the calendar page doesn’t do anything magical or mystical: December 31, 2020, is just a second different from January 1, 2021. But it is a new year, and I am hopeful about what the next twelve months will bring, knowing that what comes will arrive one day at a time. I am hopeful that this year we can focus more on the recovery and less on the sickness that plagued us all; hopeful for more human healing and less racial hurt that our country has been grappling with; hopeful for the positives of democracy and less of the negatives of politics. New years, like new chances, come one day, one opportunity, at a time. How your 2021 goes and who you will be at the end of it will depend largely on the day-to-day, the small incidents, and simple decisions. As Ralph Waldo Emerson wisely observed, the only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be. 2021 will be the kind of year we want and we will become the people that we want to be because of the choices that we will make today and tomorrow and each day following. In a large part, our decisions determine our destinies, so I’m hopeful to decide well!

 

Good to Know

Hybrid Cardinals – Your child’s core teacher has reached out to you to share Zoom links for the remote learning sessions to begin Monday, Jan. 4. As a reminder, here is how the temporary remote instruction will occur: 

  • Live remote instruction is offered Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday during a morning session and an afternoon session. (This is considered synchronous instruction because your child will be interacting with his/her teacher through Zoom.)
  • Synchronous sessions are from 9:00 – 11:00 or from 1:00 – 3:00 and your child is expected to attend one two-hour session each day offered. 
  • Wednesday and Friday are reserved for asynchronous instruction; your child will have recorded instruction to watch and/or assignments to submit through Canvas. 
  • To be noted as present, a student must appear on Zoom or submit the assigned work through Canvas each day.

 

Virtual Cardinals – Monday, Jan. 4, starts instruction just like you and your child have been used to since September. Nothing changes for your students other than how they’ll receive instruction from their Encore teachers, and your core teachers will share information about that.

 

IWCS has been granted the ability to continue distributing free meals to all students, regardless of financial situation.  The division will hold a special distribution on Tuesday, January 5, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Smithfield High School, Georgie Tyler Middle School, and Carrsville Elementary School. The regular Friday meal distributions will resume beginning January 8 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the same three locations. Each Friday meal kit will contain 5 days of breakfasts and lunches for each student. 

 

Our Cardinals CARE Club the Giving Tree is up again this year! The big tree is in our lobby and a second Giving Tree is outside for all students and families to access throughout January. Unused hats, gloves, mittens, scarves, and even masks are on the trees and any student may take any item(s). 

 

From Our Librarian Mrs. Mitra

 

Read Aloud Links & Free Ebook Access:

For the next two weeks, library students will be learning about book awards. I have created documents which contain read aloud links of the books we will be talking about for your child's enjoyment. You will find the following list of read-alouds on the Library Clever page:  Caldecott Book Award winners, Ezra Jack Keats Book Award winners and the Nonfiction Book Award winners. On that page, you will also find a list of book trailers for Newbery Award winning chapter books and learn how to gain free access to these Newbery Award winning books from the Blackwater Regional Library!

 

Book Club for 2nd & 3rd Graders: The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate

(book trailer: https://youtu.be/UtPdqV2crQ0) 

Have you ever heard of a gorilla who lived in a mall? Well, to hear this incredible true story, listen to my read-alouds posted on the Library Clever page and then join me Fridays on Zoom from 10-10:30 or 2-2:30 for book discussions and fun activities. 

https://zoom.us/j/94188397995?pwd=bTU1dWxBdFB2N21DbU1xY3lzbEJDdz09

Meeting ID: 941 8839 7995
Passcode: library

 

Mark Your Calendar

1/4/21             First day of school for 2021!  Temporary remote instruction begins for those on the hybrid continuum.

1/14                School board meeting (6:00)

1/18                No school: MLK Day

1/29                End of the first semester

2/1 & 2           No school: Staff clerical and professional development days

2/12                Report cards will be made available

 

 

Hopeful New Year!

Mr.B.                                                                                                                               

Mr. Brennan

 

 

Please follow the CDC guidelines for keeping safe and minimizing the spread of COVID-19.  

Medical questions may be directed to the VDH Hotline: 877-275-8343 (877-ASK-VDH3). 

 Pertinent information will be made available on IWCS and CAES communication platforms.