Mar 18
Spring Break

​With Spring Break upon us I wanted to take a moment to once again thank our families for your ongoing support. 2021-22 has again, not been an easy school year. We have had lots of ups and downs, changes and tight turns to navigate. We appreciate all of your support as we transition through each stage. As we head into the break I hope you can all take time to relax and enjoy time together as families. When we return after the break, there are only three months of school left until summer. The spring will be a busy time, many grades trying to plan field trip experiences​, the track and field season coming up and the hope we can invite families to the school for a celebration of some kind, stay tuned. We know the pandemic can pop up at anytime to force us all to change course, we have proven over the last couple of years that we can all do it, we may not like it, but it can be done. I hope we have seen the last of many of these challenges, but I also know that if they arise we have amazing support from all of you. Enjoy the spring break, and we will see you on the other side.

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