K-12 October E-Newsletter

Autumn greetings!

While many of us may be feeling the "Groundhog Day" phenomena of the moment, there are also the seasonal shifts happening all around us—shorter days, cooler nights, the anticipation of rain, and the end of the 1st quarter of school. First quarter grades and progress are being finalized. High School Report Cards and K-8 Progress Reports will be mailed in the next week.

As we move into our 2nd quarter of distance learning, we continue to adapt to meet the needs of our students and strive to offer the most engaging programs we can during remote instruction. We are looking for feedback and reflections on the 1st quarter—please complete our Fall Family Survey to let us know how we can continue to improve.

Distance learning is offering a different way to participate, but attendance continues to be a vital key to success for our students. If your student isn't able to attend their daily virtual classes, please be sure to contact their teacher or the school directly—thank you!

Moving forward we will continue to closely monitor the County COVID updates and stay in weekly communication with the Mendocino County Office of Education. We have also reached out to the District to stay informed of their plans and will keep you in the loop with any changes to our schedule. We regularly post updates on our Facebook page, and our staff is available via email or phone with any questions.

Take care. Stay healthy.

-Jen Ketring
Executive Director

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