Please check (and read) your e-mail from the principal. If you did not see it please check your “spam” or “junk” folders. If you are not getting his e-mails please contact the main office.
Here is part of it….
…We are excited to welcome our students back from our school dismissal and look forward to seeing students on Wednesday November 11th. With the school dismissal our COVID count resets to zero, so its important that we all do our part to keep our numbers low. Parents please check your students each day for symptoms and keep them home if necessary. Also, if anyone in your family is being tested for COVID, please stay home and quarantine until the results are back. In addition, we would like to ask students to keep your masks on even when you exit the building and soon as you are done eating your lunch. I believe even little things such as this that can help further protect us. After school it is advised that students go home and please limit your social gatherings for the next two weeks to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
If for any reason, you feel like you need to change your student modality, from face to face or distance learning or vice versa, I have attached the form and would ask that you get these into the school by Friday November 13th. You can have your student drop them off at the counseling center or email them to Assistant Principal Erin Tanner: email@example.com
At the last Granite School District Board meeting changes were made to the school calendar impacting the rest of the school year. At this time, the remainder of the school year will continue with all Fridays (or the last day of each week being a distance learning day). With this new change to the calendar it has created some imbalances between the number of A and B days for each class and the amount of face to face time teachers have with their students. For this reason, the following weeks have changes to help balance our A and B days: