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June 2020

It is June and we are rapidly approaching the end of the school year.  We have had such a different kind of year.  The last few months of online learning have been an adjustment for us all.  Students still interacted with their teachers and were involved in many interesting assignments. We must, also, remember the many months that students were at school and all the special activities like sports specialists, theater groups, teacher’s pet programs, field trips, etc. that made the school year memorable.


Our school has 178 students registered for next year.  We have managed to keep all of our permanent staff although we will wait until the fall to hire the music teacher once we know our actual numbers in September. Mrs. Komori is a temporary teacher and her term ends June 30.  She has been a wonderful addition to our staff this year.


We will continue with our SKILL class which has been renamed EES (Enhanced Educational Supports).  An EES class has 9 children with one teacher and two education assistant.  Students receive personalized and functional curriculum related to the development of functional academic, social-communication, independence, daily living, safety and leisure skills. These students will participate in the school community as opportunities arise.


We have organized the school for next year as follows:


Kindergarten               Mrs. De Nance                                                            Room 11

2 Grade 1 classes         Mrs. Oseen, Mrs. Hughes                                           Rooms 4, 5

2 Grade 2 classes         Ms. Barry (Ms. Ringheim until March 1),

 Mrs. Werle                                                                 Rooms 2, 6

3 Grade ¾ classes        Mrs. Speer                                                                  Room 1

                                    Mrs. Stetz, Mr. Claussen                                             Rooms 7, 8

EES Class                   Mrs. Armstrong                                                          Room 3



We have excellent staff that will do their very best to ensure all students learn.


Thank you to all parents for sending us such wonderful students.  We enjoy the privilege of teaching your children.


Enjoy the summer break and we look forward to an exciting new school year in September. By August, we will know more about what the school year will look like.










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