Stansbury Elementary will have packets available on Monday March 30 from 8am-3:30pm. Packet pick up is in the same place where you access breakfast and lunch.
We also have more Chromebooks available. If you didn’t get one yet or only got one per family, you are now able to get one per student.
Dear Stansbury Parents,
We hope everyone is safe after the earthquake in our state this morning. With the state guidance to stay home and not travel today, we have temporarily shifted the start of our digital learning until tomorrow, Thursday, March 19th. We will also be serving breakfast and lunch during the normal hours (8-9am for breakfast, 11:30am-1pm for lunch). We are NOT planning on providing meal service on Friday this week or Monday next week due to our previously scheduled Spring Break. Meal service will resume starting next Tuesday.
If you need access to a Chromebook, those will be available for distribution on Thursday from 8:00 am to 1:00pm. We will directly communicate any additional information over the coming days.
We appreciate the help and support of our great families to provide instructional support for your children as we work as a community to stop the spread of disease.
Mr. Gomez, Principal
Queridos padres de Stansbury
Esperamos que todos estén a salvo después del temblor en nuestro estado está mañana .
Con la instrucción del estado de quedarse en casa y no viajar, hemos cambiado el día de iniciar nuestro programa de aprendizaje en línea hasta mañana jueves marzo 19.
También estaremos sirviendo el desayuno de 8-9 am y de 11:30 a 1:00pm el lonche.
No planeamos servir comida el viernes ni el lunes. A partir del martes de la siguiente semana reiniciaremos.
Si necesitan acceso a un Chromebook, estos estarán disponibles a partir del jueves de 8 am a 1 pm.
Comunicaremos cualquier información adicional en los próximos días.
Apreciamos su apoyo y ayuda a nuestra gran familia a proveer apoyo a instructivo a sus hijos, y a trabajar con la comunidad a parar la propagación de enfermedades.
Mr. Gomez, Principal
Allison Banks, Asst. Principal
Due to the earthquake and aftershocks we will not be handing out packets and Chromebooks at Stansbury today.
We will try to do it tomorrow, so watch for information here, from teachers, and from the district for updates.
Come to the school from 8:00-1:00 pm on Wednesday, March 18th to pick-up schoolwork for your students to complete during this COVID-19 dismissal. Enter by the cafeteria to pick-up a packet of work for each student. Make sure you get a tech page with information and links for online resources.
We will also have Chromebooks you can check-out to use for online resources. These will be checked out one per household, and will be distributed first-come first-served. Chromebooks will only work if you have an internet connection, so make sure you have internet if you take a Chromebook.
Visit this website for information on how to receive free internet for 60 days in your home.
Kindergarten registration is postponed due to COVID-19, but will resume as soon as the school dismissal is over and school is back in session.
Dear Stansbury patrons,
This is an interesting time for all of us. A time when we need to work together as a community to make sure we keep our students safe whether they are here at school or home with you. I wanted to get out this information to help you and your families with the following information:
- LUNCH and BREAKFAST- We will be having breakfast and lunch at our school on the following days 3/16, 3/17, 3/18 as well as 3/24- 3/27. Breakfast will be served from 8:30 am to 9:15 am…….Lunch will be served from 12:00 – 1:00 pm.
The procedure will be a grab and go procedure. You may come to the school and enter on the south west corner entrance, also known as the 6th grade entrance. You will then enter the building, to the cafeteria, grab your food items and leave out the back of the cafeteria doors on the west side. You may not stay and eat in the cafeteria, nor the playground. You will need to take the food items home and eat them there. Food items will be free for students who are 18 years and younger, like the summer program. Adults may purchase food items when they come through as well.
- Distance Learning– We will be making available to you on Wednesday 3/18, a packet of work for the days that we would have been in school. You will need to come and pick that packet up from the school on Wednesday. More information will be coming this week on this pick up process.
- NO STUDENTS will be allowed in our building or on our campus during this dismissal.
Estimados padres de Stansbury,
Este es un momento interesante para todos nosotros. Un momento en el que necesitamos trabajar juntos como comunidad para asegurarnos de mantener a nuestros estudiantes seguros, ya sea que estén aquí en la escuela o en casa con usted. Quería mandar esta información para ayudarlo a usted y a sus familias con la siguiente información:
• ALMUERZO Y DESAYUNO: Tendremos almuerzo y desayuno en nuestra escuela los siguientes días 3/16, 3/17, 3/18 y el 3 / 24- 3/27. El desayuno se servirá de 8:30 a.m. a 9:15 a.m. …… El almuerzo se servirá de 12:00 a 1:00 p.m.
El procedimiento será un procedimiento de tome su comida y retírese. Puede venir a la escuela y entrar en por la esquina suroeste, también conocida como la entrada de sexto grado. Luego entrará al edificio dirigiéndose a la cafetería, tomará sus alimentos y saldrá por las puertas de la cafetería en el lado oeste. No puede quedarse y comer en la cafetería, ni en el patio de recreo. Tendrá que llevar los alimentos a casa y comerlos allí. Los alimentos serán gratuitos para los estudiantes de 18 años o menos, como el programa de verano. Los adultos también pueden comprar alimentos cuando llegan.
• Aprendizaje a distancia: estarán a su disposición el miércoles 3/18, un paquete de trabajo para los días que hubiéramos estado en la escuela. Tendrá que venir a recoger ese paquete de la escuela el miércoles. Esta semana llegará más información sobre este proceso de recogida.
• NO SE PERMITE A ESTUDIANTES ESTAR en nuestro edificio o en nuestro campus durante este periodo de tiempo.
Dear Granite District Patrons and Employees,
We have been awaiting the conclusion of a statewide press event announcing new measures as a result of the dynamic COVID-19 situation in our state. We continue to collaborate with our Health Department partners on multiple levels and the information in this message entails all of the latest guidance. We are very aware of the concerns parents and employees have regarding the health of students and staff in our schools. There have been many employee questions and many parent questions. We believe it is beneficial to address this message to our entire Granite community to share our broader approach as follows:
-All out of state student travel scheduled through the next 30-days (April 11) will been canceled. Further guidance and additional restrictions will be evaluated at that time.
-Mass gatherings including school events, field trips or sports activities that involve more than 100 people in close proximity are canceled until further notice.
-NO SCHOOL CLOSURES are recommended at this time and we have been given guidelines and trigger points from health officials that we will adhere to in order to enact a closure. Additional steps will be taken at the school level to minimize congregation of students in close proximity per state guidance.
-No dances, assemblies or school wide activities that involve mass congregation of students (over 100) in a concentrated group, will take place in the duration.
The most current information we have to relay from the Health Department (media reports notwithstanding) is that COVID-19 is unlikely to be transmitted by someone who does not have symptoms, so any interactions with an individual before they were ill, are considered low-risk for transmission. Consequently, 2nd hand contact is also considered low-risk. In other words, YOU HAVE TO HAVE SYMPTOMS (fever, cough, shortness of breath) IN ORDER TO TRANSMIT THIS DISEASE.
For our students and families, we respect the rights of parents to make decisions as they feel appropriate and our attendance policy will reflect that respect. We expect that our schools will work with our families to provide appropriate accommodations in light of the current circumstances. As always, students who are absent from school will be provided opportunities to make up their learning. We also have plans and the capacity for digital/distance/online learning where instruction can proceed. We are prepared to implement these plans should the need arise.
The direction we have received from the state, is that schools should REMAIN OPEN if at all possible, because of the unique impact on our total community when a school is closed. Only in cases of “imminent threat,” and in concert with the Salt Lake County Health Department, would a closure decision be made.
Some of our communities may have been impacted by the announcement regarding the Utah Jazz and player illness. Here is link to specific guidance related to those circumstances – www.coronavirus.utah.gov
Based on current Health Department guidance, employees will not be excused from work for first hand contact with someone who later developed symptoms or second hand contact in a similar situation. Employees or students who HAVE had contact with someone displaying symptoms or have concerns of any kind regarding their personal situation, should contact their health care provider or the state COVID-19 hotline at 1-800-456-7707 and adhere to their guidance.
Specifically for our employees, sick leave use is governed by employment contracts and is administered through our District benefits office. Other types of leave for various employee groups (including hourly employees) are governed by District policy. Questions regarding leave should be directed to supervisors. Any directive to quarantine from a health care provider should be submitted to the District benefits office. The Health Department will notify the District when they recommend that individual employees be quarantined.
Additional updates or school specific guidance will be forthcoming as appropriate. As mentioned previously, this is a dynamic situation and circumstances will continue to evolve. We are committed to ensuring our students and staff have a safe learning and working environment and appreciate your patience and support.
Granite School District
- Monday: Crazy Sock Day
- Tuesday: Rainbow Day (bright colors or tie-dye)
- Wednesday: Crazy hair, head, or mustache Day
- Thursday: Pajama Day & Parents and Pastries at 8:00am
- Friday: Dress like your favorite Dr. Seuss Character Day & Read-a-thon