Winter Weather

Posted by Dr. Jim Hattabaugh on 10/26/2020

Dear Parents and Students;

As winter weather gets here, we must prepare for what we will do. It is a bit easier this year as we are all in distance learning so classes will go on as usual.

So sorry students, there will not be any snow days this year. I feel a bit like Santa cancelling Christmas. Both as a student and educator, I really looked forward to snow days. I guess, we will just have to settle for small breaks outside and the weekends to play in the snow.

We still need to prepare for those things that happen in the winter.

  • If you have issues with connectivity, please contact your principal so we can work something out to make sure you can connect with your teacher.
  • If your power goes out, well, I guess you are in the dark?
  • Instruction will go on as planned. It is so important to you and all of us that we continue to meet our obligations and expectations for learning.
  • Improving learning for all students is what we are charged with in our district. For that reason, we need to touch base and provide opportunities every day regardless of the weather outside.

Let the learning continue every day for our students because we care about your progress and success. Keep on Learning!

Dr. Hattabaugh,

Superintendent