Jan 11
Welcome back to In-Person Learning

​January 11, 2021 Principal Message:

Oki/Tansi Student, Parents, & Guardians,

I am excited to welcome back students to in-person learning this week. Please be at the bus stop 5 minutes before the assigned pick-up time. Teachers have planned daily walks in the community and parks; please dress your children in their winter gear. 

Darcy Turning Robe and Sandra Many Feathers will continue to share their traditional music and Blackfoot language teachings this week. Ensure you encourage your children to share what they have learned about the songs, stories, and language. Each week your child will bring home a Home Reading package; I encourage you to take time to read with your child.

Finally, PFS staff will continue to follow COVID-19 protocols to ensure the safety of students and staff. Parents/guardians play a critical role as they support actions in the home (such as keeping children/students home when sick and accessing testing if symptoms develop) that ultimately keep other children, students, and staff safe. We will work together during this time of uncertainty.

 

Iikiinayookaa M. Yellow Horn

Principal


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