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May 31
June Updates

​Dear Parents and Guardians,

Here is an update for the month of June. 

Re-entry Planning: It is hard to believe that we are already at the end of May. As we start to wind down another school year, planning is underway for what the school year 2020-2021 will look like for our students. Earlier this month, Education Minister Adriana LaGrange announced that the provincial government is considering three different scenarios for when classes start again in the fall:

  • a return to normal operations;
  • a partial return with some level of restrictions, or;
  • a continuation of students learning from home.

CBE are also working with Alberta Education and other school boards to develop a re-entry plan that is in line with best practices and ensures the highest level of health and safety while enabling the delivery of quality learning with the least interruption or inconvenience.

All of our decisions will be guided by the advice of the province’s chief medical officer of health and Alberta Education guidelines. As well, CBE are seeking input from families, students and staff about what we should consider in our planning.

Please take a few minutes to complete the online survey. Your voice is important to CBE. Below are the links to the students and parent survey. Please go online and provide feedback by June 11, 2020.


April is typically the month where we begin planning for our new school year in. However, this has not been a typical year and we are starting the process a little later than usual. With the release of the Alberta Budget this spring, the Calgary Board of Education continues to focus on our system values of; ‘Students Come First’, ‘Learning is Our Central Purpose’ and ‘Public Education Serves the Common Good.’ We are already engaging in conversations related to next year’s organizational structures for learning and will keep you updated when we have information to share.

 

Class Placements: We are also starting to plan classes for September and would like to remind parents that teachers spend many hours thoughtfully placing students into classes based upon many factors. I would encourage parents to trust in the process and know that we have your child’s interests at the heart of every decision we make. I am requesting that you do not email your child’s teacher with a specific request for a staff member, but rather advocate for how your child best learns and in what environment, suggesting a friend or two who they work well with is also an option.

 

Transportation: If your child takes transportation, now is the time to pre-register through your PowerSchool Parent Account. Deadline for pre-registration is June 14th, 2020. This will give transportation time to plan efficient routes and reduce route changes in the fall.


Report Cards: It is that time of year to report student achievement through a report card. We are asking you to view the report card through MyCBE/PowerSchool. Once logged in, you will see an additional tab titled “Report Card”. Select this tab to view the report card. Should you wish to have a printed report card, please contact the school to arrange a time for you to safely collect it from the school during school hours. Report cards will be available June 26th, 2020 by the end of the school day.

 

Collection of personal items: Many students have personal items at the school. We will be arranging for these items to be picked up during the last week of school. More information will be coming about the process.

 

School Parade: We are planning a School Parade! So far, I can share it will be on Friday, June 19th in the afternoon. We are still in the planning phase but will keep you updated when we have more details.

 

I think that is all for now! Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or concerns. I will keep you updated throughout the month of June as information is made available to us at the school.

 

Warm regards,

Hilary Wright

Principal, Capitol Hill School​

May 22
Weekly update for May 25-29, 2020

Dear Parents and Guardians,

I hope you and your families are staying healthy and well. 

At Capitol Hill School we have decided to launch a new PRIVATE/CLOSED FaceBook group. This is a way for us to connect around school events, calendar events and what is going on in our community. This group is by invite only. If you would like to join the group, please click the link sent out to you by email and you will be prompted to give your child's name and teacher at the school. Once this have been verified, you will be approved. 

This group is to provide information for families from the school, and share positive experiences from our students. If you would like to post a picture of what you and your family are doing at home during this time, please do so. They will need to be approved by the FaceBook admin team first but we would love to see what you are learning and what fun activities look like for you and your family.

I will be sending out a detailed email about school start and end times early next week for the 2020-2021 school year. There is only a slight change to our Friday end time. Instead of ending at 12:30pm on Friday, we will be ending at 12:40pm. More details to follow in the email.

We are planning a school parade! This is still a work in progress but we will update you when we have a date and parade route. Start planning what your costume will be - the staff are aleady excited and have started planning their costumes! More details to follow.

Warm regards

Hilary Wright

Principal, Capitol Hill School​

May 19
CHS Weekly Update May 18-22

​Dear Parents and Guardians,

Here is your weekly update from Capitol Hill School for May 18-22.

We are busy planning for the next school year with the release of the 2020-2021 School Budget. It is important for us to know the number of students returning in the fall each year so we can appropriately staff for the following September. If you have a child who is age appropriate for Kindergarten, and you have not yet registered for September, we are accepting online registrations. If you have not yet completed the Return to School Survey please click the link to do so. Attending CHS​. Please complete one form for each child in your family who will be returning to Capitol Hill School in the Fall.

Take care of yourselves and your families.

Warm regards,

Hilary Wright

April 22
A Message from the New Principal

Dear Parents and Guardians of Capitol Hill, 

My name is Hilary Wright and I am thrilled to be your new Principal. I am overjoyed to be joining Capitol Hill School, I have heard wonderful stories about the school community, the students and the staff. I am looking forward to getting to know you all, virtually at first, but in person as time allows, but in the meantime, here is a little about me.

I began my career in the United Kingdom as an elementary teacher and then as an Assistant Principal. I moved to Canada 12 years ago and have worked as an elementary teacher, a resource teacher, a bridges teacher, and an Assistant Principal. In 2015, I was appointed the Assistant Principal at Somerset School and enjoyed my time there immensely. For the past three years, I have been the Assistant Principal at Jennie Elliott School. My academic and professional background includes a specialization in special education, including social emotional learning, as well as a focus on creating welcoming, caring and socially just schools, which achieve academic success. I strongly believe in putting students first and at the center of every thought and decision we will make as a staff.

I am originally from the UK and have lived in various provinces across Canada. Calgary is now my home, and I can’t imagine living anywhere else. I have a fabulous husband and two dogs who ensure I get outside and enjoy this beautiful city. My family is very important to me and your children will become my children as we get to know each other over the coming weeks and months.

Joining Capitol Hill during the global health pandemic feels very odd, it is unusual to not see smiling faces in the hallways and happy students engaged in their work, but I can assure you I will be here each day for you and your family. I cannot wait until classes resume and the school is once again filled with children and their teachers.

If you need to reach me, here is my email: hjwright@cbe.ab.ca. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or just to say “Hello”. I will communicate with you, to the very best of my ability, every step of the way through this global pandemic, and do my best to reach out as often as I can to ensure you are kept updated with current information. Until then, take care of yourselves and each other.

Warm regards,

Hilary Wright

 

             

June 05
May 2019

​“Education is the kindling of a flame. Not filling of a vessel.” ~ Socrates

Spring is here; however we wouldn’t have known it with the blizzardy end to April. May is starting off with a bang as each grade group will participate in their individual, annual Exhibition. Over the past few months, the students and their teachers have been working on interdisciplinary curricular studies including the arts. Each grade group has been collaborating with an artist in residence to formulate their understandings in a variety of representations to express what they have learned. The exhibition is more than a display of student work, but rather a documentation of the students’ learning processes and products that express their understanding. At the center of the exhibition are high quality learning products, processes and performances that reflect the content and skills the students have learned. Preparing work to be shared with the public, the authentic audience, motivates students and creates a purpose for them to care about the quality of their work. The students are featured as the key communicators about their learning experience. They are front and center, articulating their learning and the connections they are making.

This year, each exhibition has a performance component that the students have been developing over several weeks to share as a part of the exhibition. Due to the performance at the beginning of the evening, it is important that all students attend as they all play a significant role in the performance. We ask that each child be at school for the 6:00 p.m. start time. Once the performance is over, then the exhibition time is an open house format where each family can tour the hallways and classrooms to view student artifacts. As with each exhibition year, this continues to be an open house format where people flow freely. This is a time to celebrate your child as a learner. It is critical for all students to be here on time as they have prepared to share their work with you. The exhibition is a time for students to reflect on and articulate what they have learned, how they learned, questions they answered, research they conducted, and areas of strength and areas for growth. They are powerful opportunities for making the students learning visible and our way to celebrate with our community members and stakeholders all the wonderful learning that takes place at Capitol Hill School. Within each of the displays, information is presented about direct curricular connections and the learning criteria for the students’ task. During the walk through our hallways, please take the time to read the documentation and to have your child speak to their learning experiences by asking questions such as, “What were you most successful at and why? What did you do well in this assignment? What is your next step as a learner? If the display is interactive, work with your child to glean how they have come to understand the content.

Sincerely,
Benita Dalton
Principal

March 12
Parent-Teacher Conferences

“… this practice (Student-led conferences) is the biggest breakthrough in communicating about student achievement in the last century. When students are well prepared over an extended period to tell the story of their own success (or lack thereof), they seem to experience a fundamental shift in their internal sense of responsibility for that success. The pride in accomplishment that students feel when they have a positive story to tell and tell it well can be immensely motivational.”
Rick Stiggins

We are very excited to be hosting Student-Led conferences during our parent teacher interviews. In response to the parent survey from October 2018, 98% of parents stated that they “Understood and support the role that the Learning Conferences play to inform parents about their child’s achievement and progress.” Parents were also asked the question, “I would be interested in having my child participate more in the learning conferences by having a student-led format in which we have time to view and engage in a variety of learning tasks that can demonstrate my child’s understanding of concepts learned.” Of the 66 respondents who answered the question, 26% responded strongly agree, 35% responded agree, 33% responded disagree and 6% responded strongly disagree. As the November interviews were in the traditional parent teacher student learning conferences format of a formal sit-down interview with the teacher, we would like to

honour the voices of the 61% of parents who are in favor of Student-led conference format. With effective structure and support, student-led conferences build motivation, clarity, self-direction, and critical thinking in students; and they also connect families deeply to the growth of their child and the work of the school.

The purpose of student led conferences is to provide students with the opportunity to reflect on and demonstrate their learning. Student led conferences support all students to:

  • Reflect on learning
  • Extend learning
  • Deepen their understanding of self as a learner
  • Demonstrate independence in learning
  • Be empowered
  • Foster pride and development of ownership of personal learning goals and achievements.

The role of the parent is to be an observer, a questioner and to provide feedback about your child’s learning. Some suggested questions are:

  • Can you tell me more about …?
  • How did you learn that …?
  • What are you most proud of …?
  • I can see improvement in …
  • What did you find most challenging about …?
  • It makes me proud of you by seeing …?

How to Book Your Conference Time

  • The conference will be block booked on the hour so that 4 families will be in the classroom at the same time. For example, book from 4 PM to 5 PM for your first child and then 5 PM to 6 PM for your second child. And then 6 PM to 7 PM for the third child
  • During the conference, the role of the teacher is to connect with you and your child as you engage with your child in the various learning tasks that have been set up to share. If you have something of a sensitive nature you would like to discuss, we ask that you book a different time to meet with the teacher. Please email the teacher with information you would like to discuss in private.
  • Learning tasks/stations will be set up and it will take a minimum of 45 minutes per child. Parents can of course stay the entire hour.
  • More information coming out on Thursday, March 14 as a reminder before the booking system opens on Friday, March 15 at 10:00 AM.
Benita Dalton, Principal
February 07
February is Often Associated with Kindness, Caring and Love

“Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind work, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.” ~Leo Buscaglia

February is often associated with kindness, caring and love. It is a month to pause to and reflect about how are we positioning ourselves to show others how we all belong. At the end of February, we will acknowledge “Pink Shirt” Day on Wednesday, February 27. Pink Shirt Day is an anti-bullying campaign with this year’s focus being cyberbullying. Teachers and students will be having conversations about Pink Shirt Day and ways to show caring and belonging towards others.

Even though it is the middle of the year, schools are beginning to think ahead to September. Soon we will be receiving our student projections count for the 2019–2020 school year. We hope to continue to maintain our enrollment to be over 320 students for next fall. We continue to have ongoing Kindergarten registration for next year and we anticipate enough students to have both a morning and an afternoon class. If you have a child who will turn 5 before March 1, 2020 they are eligible to register for kindergarten starting September 2019.

The last week in January has been a busy one as the school celebrated Family Literacy Day with several days of literacy activities. In “More Than Words: Why Reading Matters for Kids” by Devon Corneal, he states:

1. Reading improves parent-child relationships.
2. Reading improves concentration.
3. Reading builds neural pathways in the brain.
4. Reading teaches children about language.
5. Reading can make you smarter.
6. Reading can make kids more empathetic.
7. Reading encourages creativity.

Some Capitol Hill students recorded their ideas as to why reading matters to them over the past few days. Here are some of the things they wrote.

“Reading matters because if we were to not have reading then people would not be able to learn life lessons from different books.”
“Reading gives me imagination.”
“Reading makes me smarter.”
“Reading gives you information.”
“It can help you learn things.”
“Reading can entertain you and it can you away from your chores.”
“I like to read about real things that I am interested in.”
“Reading matters because it is educational and relaxing. … Reading make me happy.”

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Reminder for Grade 4 parents that we appreciate your feedback on the Alberta Accountability Pillar Survey that was mailed directly to homes. Parents can respond either through digital format or return their paper copy using the self-addressed stamped envelope. Students and teachers will also be participating in this survey in February.

School Council will be held on Monday, February 11 with a start time of 6:30 PM. The Grade 5/6 team will be presenting. Please see the update in the newsletter.

Sincerely,
Benita Dalton
Principal

January 17
January is an Important Time for Learning.

“The best preparation for tomorrow is by doing your best today.”
H.J. Brown Jr.

January in schools is such an important time for learning. As I have seen time and time again, the students return after the break ready for learning and the amount of growth that happens is remarkable. For many students, the connections to learning and the skills they are developing seem to fall into place. It is amazing to see how they are delving deeply into their learning. Classrooms continue to focus on reading comprehension and communicating their mathematical understanding by effectively and efficiently using their mathematical computational skills in a variety of ways.

The January mild weather has been a welcomed addition as many classes plan to spend additional time outside during the learning activities. We continue to ask that student dress appropriately for the weather conditions with the understanding that there can be drastic weather changes in either direction of the mercury rising or falling on the thermometer. Please have conversations with your child(ren) about the importance of being prepared for colder weather and dressing appropriately outside during these winter months. In December, students were repeatedly reminded that even though it is nice outside, they still need to have their coats on. Students go outside in all weather conditions up to minus 20 degrees Celsius and all students go outside regardless of their lack of appropriate clothing.

Kindergarten registration began on Monday, January 14, 2019. This is not a 'first-come, first-served' registration process because our school accepts ongoing registration for all families who are able to prove they live in the communities of Capitol Hill, Banff Trail, Collingwood or Charleswood. So, every Kindergarten student who registers and is eligible for Kindergarten registration is welcome to attend our school and there will be room for them. At this time, we anticipate having a morning and afternoon class
based on previous years enrollment numbers and will be able to finalize this in April once we know more about the number of families who have registered their child with us in Kindergarten. For those families interested in child care with Adventurers, the students are placed in our afternoon program. Please contact the Adventurers Program Director Sarah St. Martin at 403-284-5457 directly for additional information.

Thank you to families who have completed our volunteer survey on our school website. We are still desperately seeking more families to complete the survey so we have a new up to date data base for our teachers. We are looking to partner with our families and to build upon on parent volunteer base. Please take the time to fill out this very important survey. Here is the link: https://goo.gl/forms/wlDrzusVAqZ7tupt1

Family Literacy Day is on Sunday, January 27th. Family Literacy Day is a national awareness initiative created by ABC Life Literacy Canada in 1999 and held annually on January 27th to raise awareness of the importance of reading and engaging in other literacy-related activities as a family. Taking time every day to read or do a learning activity with children is crucial to a child’s development. Even just 15 minutes a day can improve a child’s literacy skills dramatically. In recognition of Family Literacy Day, Capitol Hill School is going to acknowledge this by having a series of events that will be celebrated by the whole school, cross graded and within grade teams based on various literacy activities that have been created by the teachers and students. Our kick off day as a whole school will be on Monday, January 28th. Look for more information and events coming forward in your child’s classroom blog. In addition, please read the article posted in this month’s newsletter about the importance of “sense making/developing meaning” and the approaches schools use to understand the reader.

Alien In-Line Skating starts the first week of February on February 4th. Students enjoy this opportunity to learn to skate and increase the skating abilities. We will be looking for volunteers who can support students in “lacing” up for their skating times to ensure that they are in the skates and rolling around the gym as quick as possible. Stay tuned to your child’s teacher blog to know which dates your child will be skating. It is important for all children to bring their own helmets. Helmets will be supplied if needed and students will be asked to wear hair nets to prevent any spread of head lice. Protective knee and elbow pads will also be provided.

Some parents may have noticed a few new faces around our school. Ms. Caughey is currently in a temporary position for Mrs. Vuong until her return in Grade 1/2, room 8. We are also pleased to officially welcome Mrs. Green and Ms. Colpitts who will be working in our lunchroom program starting in January.

Benita Dalton
Principal

December 18
Volunteers

“The great gift of human beings is that we have the power of empathy. We can all sense a mysterious connection to each other."
Meryl Streep

Capitol Hill School Wants YOU!!

Important New Annual Volunteer Survey

This year, we designed a new survey as a way to share information about how parents can volunteer in our school. This also allows us to learn about ways parents would like to be part of our school community by supporting school events, volunteering for trips and in classrooms and even areas of expertise that can be shared in our learning community. We know many people are currently volunteering in a variety of capacities already which is wonderful. We are attempting to increase our volunteerism and community involvement at our school and there are numerous ways parents can partner in this work. The generosity of volunteering benefits our students in so many ways and builds a strong system of community support.

In an effort to continue to build upon our parent volunteer community, School Council created this parent survey to provide us with more information regarding volunteer needs, wishes and expertise. We could not do this work without you and know that your continued support will further enhance the vision of our school. This survey will replace all other information we have as it will be the most up to date. Please take a few moments to fill out the survey and provide us with your information. We look forward to partnering with you as a learning community.

Please follow the link to complete the survey below or it is also on the front page of our school website. https://goo.gl/forms/wlDrzusVAqZ7tupt1

Winter Celebration - Save The Date and Come and Join Us!

December is a time for giving and reflecting on all that has happened throughout the year. This month is our annual Winter Celebration on Thursday, December 13th @ 6:00 pm. Thank you to those who have already contributed to the family hampers and to CHEES for donating funds to cover the cost of Christmas dinners.

Through our generosity of this event, this is a time to connect as a community to celebrate each other and our diversity. We continue to need families to donate to our “cultural café” for the evening. Please respond to the school message sent out on Friday Dec. 7, 2018. We are looking forward to our evening together. Please refer to the article in our newsletter for more information and the school messenger messages we have sent over the past few weeks.

Student Learning Conferences and Report Cards

November and December are busy times in schools as teachers and students celebrate student learning through conferences and report cards. Thank you to all the families who participated in the Student Learning Conferences in November. It was wonderful to see so many students excitedly sharing their learning experiences with their families as they conversed about the learning documentation that was posted by their classroom on our bulletin boards. Another way to learn about what is happening in classrooms is to visit your child’s teacher blog on our school website. At any time, if you have any questions or concerns about your child’s learning, feel free to connect with your child’s teacher. If parents did not have the opportunity to attend conferences, we would like to connect with you. Please call the school or email your child’s teacher to set up an interview time.

On December 19th, the first report card of the year will be coming home. Report cards are used to communicate student achievement against report card stems using achievement indicators of 1, 2, 3, and 4. In each subject area, the CBE report card stems represent a synthesis of the Alberta Program of Studies - the front matter, general learner outcomes and specific learner outcomes. Report card comments give the student and family a picture of what the student knows and can do, areas for growth, and next steps in learning.

In September, the CBE adopted a new Student Information System technology that also includes our student assessment report card information. In aligning our work, teachers will now be placing student comments at the end of the report card document rather than under individual content area. If the student is experiencing difficulty, and is receiving an indicator of ‘1’, a comment will be placed within the specific content area to as a way to provide information about the students’ current learning situation and strategies the teacher and student are using to help support student success. If you have any questions or concerns about your child(ren)’s report card, please contact the teacher directly to set up an appointment to review your concerns.

School Council Update

Thank you for all the parents who came to our November School Council Meeting and participated in providing us with feedback as a part of the School Development Planning Engagement Process. During the meeting, we presented information regarding Capitol Hill School’s student achievement and were able to celebrate many of our successes including the Grade 6 Provincial Achievement Test results. In addition, we shared information regarding our areas of growth in relation to our student achievement. We have many strengths to celebrate as a community and as the teachers and students continue to work on our new School Development Plan Goals we continue to make progress in our reading and mathematical achievement. Our School Development Plan and Annual Report have been posted on our website under the tab “About Us” – “Our School” for further information. In addition, the results from the parent survey are posted on the School Council section of the school website. Mrs. Demuth and Ms. Dalton created a bulletin board to show some of the math learning that has been happening in classrooms. We invite everyone to stop by and check out the display. Over the course of the year, we will be changing the documentation panels to reflect our work and to communicate information regarding our School Development Plan and the work connected to it. In addition, feedback from our meeting asked for information to be posted in our monthly newsletter. Please read the article related to mathematics in this month’s newsletter.

Benita Dalton,
Principal

December 18
Joy

“Joy isn’t about being happy all of the time. It isn’t a fleeting emotion that comes and goes… Creating a culture of joy applies to both the environment and the learning itself. As it relates to learning, it’s the outward manifestation of success, achievement, and being.”
D. Shareski, 2015

At Capitol Hill School, students and teachers have created and found many opportunities to find joy in their learning. As I have been in classrooms, I see students engaged in various learning tasks, where they are challenging themselves. As one student commented, “This makes my brain hurt. It is good because I know I am working hard.” Recently, as I was in a grade one/two classroom, students were engaged in various pumpkin math tasks actively working to count the seeds and to compare their estimates. The counting of seeds is an important math concept as student demonstrate conservation of number, counting on and organizational strategies of grouping objects especially when working with large numbers. In the grade 3/4 classrooms, students read the story, How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin by M. McMara. Teachers created math tasks using this book as a reference point to compare pumpkins sizes, weights and then using these numbers to create subtraction sentences using mathematical terminology.

On our Professional Development Day on October 26th, our staff focused on assessment and reading instruction. Alberta Learning states, “Literacy is the ability, confidence and willingness to engage with language to acquire, construct and communicate meaning in all aspects of daily living.” Literacy instruction does not just take place in the Language Arts classroom, but in all the disciplines as we learn to read and write; therefore, communicate in various ways. Every subject area has its own literacy demands and within that students need to be taught how to read different types of texts. In addition, literacy development doesn’t just happen at school, but in every aspect of daily life and, as we know, opens the doors to the world.

Home reading is well underway in grades one/two classrooms. Students are choosing books that are at “just right” levels to read independently. The teachers have sent home journals for students to engage in various responses to the books they are reading. Reading experiences at home start long before students arrive in their Kindergarten year. As parents, we connect and bond with our children over picture books and shared reading experiences. When children grow and become independent readers by engaging with books on their own, parents still have a critical role in supporting them as good readers. Richard Steele stated, “Reading is to the mind what exercise is the body.” There is an importance that children continue to engage in reading various types of literature and have conversations about them. We encourage families to pick up a good book and share the experience together. Together, we can build a love of literature with our children. This past weekend the new Central Library had its grand opening. We hope families take the opportunity to visit this well designed and innovative space. Library cards are free for all children and adults in Calgary.

Learning Conferences are on Thursday, November 22nd and Friday, November 23rd. These conferences are focused on individual student learning and the teachers will have the opportunity to share student work samples. We value learning conferences as they “focus on the students’ strengths, areas of growth, learning strategies and next steps for improvement in relation to the learning outcomes and success criteria.” We invite the students to attend these conferences to be a part of the conversation about their learning with their families. The first report card will come home Wednesday, December 19th. This report card is a summative statement of your child’s learning to date. The November conferences are an opportunity where teachers and students collaborate to communicate the students’ progress and achievement. Parents can book their conference time using the PowerSchool Account. Please ensure you have created a PowerSchool Account in order to book these conferences.

Our Remembrance Day Assembly is on Friday, November 10th at 10:40 a.m. The grade 5/6’s will be hosting the Assembly this year to commemorate the 100th year of the ending of WWI. We would like to extend an invitation for parents to join us at our Assembly. We will be collecting non-perishable food items for the Veteran’s food bank.

A reminder that our parking lot on the east side of the school is reserved for Capitol Hill staff. When dropping off and picking up students we ask that parents do so on the side streets located by the entry gates into the school yard. It has come to my attention that some of our staffs’ vehicles have been damaged over the course of the past year while being parked in our lot requiring services to fix dents and scratches on their vehicles. In our attempt to narrow down reasoning for damaged vehicles, we ask that all parents stay out of the parking lot for drop off or for pick-up of students.

Benita Dalton,
Principal

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