This week brought us an unexpected twist, challenging the Groundhog's springtime forecast with a snowfall that led us to shift to remote learning. Thank you to our students, staff, and families for their flexibility and resilience in navigating this snowy disruption. While virtual classes may not fully capture the unique magic of our physical classrooms, they provide a valuable opportunity for our staff and students to connect, balancing educational engagement with the joys of winter, including building snowmen and enjoying the outdoors.
Amidst this winter wonder, our district celebrated a significant milestone - the 100th day of school. Our first graders marked this day in unparalleled style, showcasing their creativity and spirit. I encourage everyone to read the story below to share in their joy and accomplishments. Meanwhile, Valentine’s Day added a splash of color and warmth to our week, with hearts, candies, and a sea of red and pink flooding our schools. It was a beautiful reminder of the friendship and care that thrives within our community.
A special highlight was the transformation of our MS/HS Library into a book boutique, thanks to the tireless efforts of our PTA. Their dedication ensured that both students and staff could head into the mid-winter recess with a new book in hand, a testament to the power of reading and learning.
As we approach the break, I wish you all a wonderful and restful time. May it be filled with moments of joy, relaxation, and, of course, some great reading! Thank you for your continued support and engagement with our school community.
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