Aug 27
Staggered Entry and More

Dear Chaparral Families,

“Let’s give this school year the opportunity to be awesome. Don’t throw a label or judgement on it before it begins. It may just surprise us in big beautiful ways.”

It is with the mindset expressed in the quote above, that we welcome our school community to the 2020-21 school year!  Naturally, as we come together this year we will do so with many new routines, rituals and ways of being.  These changes come as a result of our commitment to do everything possible to ensure the health and safety of our communities.

We continue to receive revised and new information as we finalize our Chaparral School Re-entry Plan, which will be emailed to families on Friday, August 28.  On the morning of Monday, August 31, you will receive an introductory email from your classroom teacher(s).

Today’s message communicates an aspect of re-entry that is time sensitive in terms of providing adequate notice to families as you plan for the first week of school.   Please carefully read the information below regarding the staggered entry process we will follow on the first two days of school, Tuesday, September 1 and Wednesday, September 2. 

Staggered entry information

 


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