K-12 August E-Newsletter

I think we can all agree that the past few months have been challenging, and now here we are at the beginning of the school year and so many things are different. Our teachers are providing lessons over the computer, our students are missing their peers and classrooms, and our community is dealing with the many effects of the pandemic and wildfires. 

Our staff is committed to navigating these times in the best ways that we can. This means learning new teaching tools, setting up online resources, adjusting to new schedules, purchasing student devices, connecting our students and families to community resources, and the list goes on. We recognize that there will be hiccups along the way and we ask for your patience and understanding as we address problems and find solutions together.

Below are some resources to support distance learning at home:

-Jennifer Ketring, Executive Director

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