Oct. 18 – Remote Day Letters

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East Hill Letter

Dear East Hill Parents/Guardians;

The following letter is a follow-up for the full remote days that we will be having on October 21 and November 3.  Below is detailed information relating to the days.  

As mentioned in the previous letter we are using October 21 and November 3 as days to do a deep clean in the buildings, give students a chance to catch up on any work and also for parents/guardians and students to check in with teachers if they have any questions or concerns as we move quickly through the 1st quarter.  Students will not be attending school on both days but will have to complete assignments given to them by their teachers.  The assignments must be completed and handed in the next day of school.  

We will still be running our outside placements programs as normally planned.  We will have food service available for pick-up at the high school from 10:00am-12:00pm on both days.  Below are the office hours for students so they can connect with their teachers if they want to:  

East Hill: K-5 Grade/Ortiz – 8-8:45am | PE – 8:45-9:30am | Art – 9:30-10:15am | Music – 10:15-11am | RTI – 11-11:45 am

On both days any student and/or parent/guardian can link to the teachers via google meet by going to the district website and click “Important Updates” on the top of the site and then you will see the link to the grade level and content area.   Please click on the link if you would like during the times mentioned above.  This is not mandatory but just another way to reach out and help with any questions or concerns.  

Just another reminder, for all students who are remote on a daily basis, picture day is November 3 starting at 8:00am.  The pictures will be taken in the Nellis Complex in the back of the Elementary/Middle School.  Please park in the back and follow the signs.  

Thank you to everyone and for being a part of a team that is working collaboratively through this pandemic.   

Sincerely,

Dr. Nick Fitzgerald
Superintendent of Schools


Middle School/High School Letter

Dear High School and Middle School Parents/Guardians;

The following letter is a reminder regarding the full remote days we will be having on October 21 and November 3.  Below is detailed information on the days.  

As mentioned in the previous letter we are using October 21 and November 3 as days to do a deep clean in the buildings, give students a chance to catch up on any work and also for students to check in with teachers if they have any questions or concerns as we move quickly through the 1st quarter.  Students will not be attending school on both days but will have to complete assignments given to them by their teachers.  Students must sign in at 8:00 am to their first period class in order to take attendance for the day.  We will have food service available for pick-up at the high school from 10:00am-12:00pm on both days.  We will be still running our outside placements programs (ex P-Tech) as normally planned and our CTE students will be remote as well.  Below are the office hours for students so they can connect with their teachers if they need to:  

ELA – 8:05–8:45am | Science – 8:45-9:30am | Math – 9:30-10:15am | Social Studies – 10:15-11am | Music/Special Ed – 11-11:45am  | Business-11:45-12:15pm | PE/Health – 12:15-1:00pm | Foreign Language – 1-1:45pm | Art – 1:45-2:30pm | FACS/Tech – 2:30-3pm 

On both days all the students will have to do is go to the district website, click “Important Updates” on the top of the site and then link to the teacher’s name.  It is not mandatory for students to use the office hours but it is a great opportunity to connect with the teachers and ask any questions they may have.  

Finally, just a reminder that picture day for all fully remote students is November 3.  The location will be at the Nellis Gymnasium in the back of the elementary/middle school.  Please park in the back and follow the signs for information.   The pictures will start at 8:00am.   

Thank you to everyone and for being a part of a team that is working collaboratively through this pandemic.   

Sincerely,

Dr. Nick Fitzgerald
Superintendent of Schools