January 10th – January 14th

A Note from Ms. Sickler

Dr. Laatsch shared important information in his Friday’s Community Message including NO SCHOOL on Friday, January 14th and updated COVID-19 Protocols.  Read his entire message HERE.

Ms. Sickler

Upcoming Events

  • January 11 – Board of Education Meeting
    • 6:30 PM at Liberty School in the BOE Room (or through livestream link listed below)
    • Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dl4RFR3Ykp0
    • NOTE: Due to the more contagious nature of this latest COVID-19 variant, mask usage will be strictly enforced. In addition, spacing will be limited in order to provide greater distancing between participants).
  • January 14 – No School for Students
    • SAS Staff Professional Development (A.M.) / SAS Staff Virtual/Asynchronous Learning Prep (P.M.)
  • January 17 – No School for Students and Staff
    • Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • January 20 – Safety and Security Community Conversation
    • 6:30-8:00 PM at Liberty School in the BOE Room
  • January 25 – Board of Education Meeting
    • 6:30 PM at Liberty School in the BOE Room

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District Notes

From Dr. Laatsch’s Community Message:

The district is preparing IF there ever is a need for a “quick pivot” shift to virtual learning (6-12 grade students only) IF we ever need to execute this plan.

The plan would involve grades 6-12 students going virtual (remote) for a particular day. Secondary teachers would deliver real-time instruction to students on this day using Zoom. Each student has a District issued device already that they can use to access this content. By shifting grades 6-12 students to virtual instruction for this day, this would free up some of our staff (administrators, custodial staff, bus drivers, some paraeducators, substitutes and premier substitutes) to shift down and help the elementary staff operationalize the day. These roles are essential to ensuring that elementary instruction can take place in-person. This will allow the elementary students to stay in-person for this particular day.

Read entire message HERE.

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Enjoy the story Little Snowflake

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