This past week, we shared with you the unfortunate news that the 2020-21 school year will begin with distance learning. Note: This letter does not require a neutral/boy/girl option since the teacher is using the pronouns "you" and "I" throughout the letter. Return to School 2020-2021 The 2020 2021 School Year Learn how the DOE is preparing for the Return to School, our Guiding Principles and Our Planning Process for opening schools You can edit these two places on each letter, if you choose. Here you will find a link to Mr. Bishop's parent letter for more information about this school year. Those selecting the virtual option will make that commitment for at least one semester. THE BODY OF THE LETTERS ARE NOT EDITABLE. This pack includes both LETTERS TO STUDENTS & LETTERS TO PARENTS all in one pack! August 25, 2020 Family Letter 7 en Espanol. The biggest change this year will be the schedule. Please drop your child off no later than 8:15 AM, so that they arrive to class on time. I am confident that Ionia Public Schools will challenge and develop our students academically and socially. Please visit Humble ISD’s Back to School webpage to learn more about the district’s back to school plans. :-). Reported resources will be reviewed by our team. We know how important it is to keep our students safe and as a result, we have implemented many new safety protocols and procedures. Dear Families, Well, it is here, the 2020-2021 school year! She received her Bachelor’s degree in elementary education and psychology from The University of Iowa and a Master’s of Education in school counseling from Sam Houston State University. The Teacher-Author indicated this resource includes assets from Google Workspace (eg. There is myriad research that suggests students who are not reading at grade level by the end of third grade, are more likely to drop out of high school. on Letter to the School Community Ending School Year 2019_2020 - Haitian Creole Update from the Superintendent of Schools Concerning the Re-Opening of Schools in September 2020 Return to School Plan - A Collaborative Conversation, July 9, 2020 Dear students, educators, and families, Welcome back for the 2020 school year! Ron Wilson is superintendent of Ionia Public Schools.Â You may contact Ron by phone at 616-527-9280 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your continued patience and understanding. Welcome Greenport Families to a new school year! It has been a long time since we have been able to see all the smiling faces in our halls and we are so looking forward to that again. As we plan for a beginning like no other we have seen in the past, our focus will still be to ensure that: every child, every day is finding a way to feel connected, every child, every day is being challenged by new learnings and experiences, We wanted to share Todd’s letter with you to inspire a culture of mattering in your school community as you meet students and their parents for the first time. Dear Parents, On behalf of the staff at the Camden Street School, I am happy to welcome you to the 2020—2021 school year! This allows the purchaser the right to reproduce this product for HIS/HER class ONLY. Back to School Letter 2020-2021 We hope you are staying safe and healthy! Welcome students and parents to a new year at St. Matthew’s Catholic School! I can’t tell you how excited we are to get started and get back to school. I am thrilled to welcome you back to school. • Purchasing this product gives the purchaser ONE LICENSE to this product. Greenville Public Schools is thrilled to be welcoming back our students. Talk to and with your kids frequently. Here are some defensive strategies that will give younger children a leg up in reading: â¢ Echo read (you read a line, then they repeat). My name is Gabriel Baker and I am the new Principal at Hoover Middle School. Superintendent, Greenville Public Schools. Welcome to the 2020 - 2021 school year! This will be my 17th year teaching English at Davis Middle School. We were able to accomplish that by using the âall hands on deckâ approach. We want our families to know their student is a Yellow Jacket, whether they chose in-person learning or if they feel more comfortable learning from home using our online learning program. We are also providing day care options to accommodate working parents and are working diligently to assure full access to technology and network services are in place for all.