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03 September 2020

Dear William Roper Hull School Families and Caregivers,

Welcome back!  On behalf of the entire staff team at William Roper Hull, I want to express how thrilled we are to be able to once again work and learn with our students face to face.  Our school is once again bustling with energy.

We are well into our first week back now, and the incredible maturity, flexibility, and understanding being exhibited by all of our students is truly inspirational.  Our students are adhering to our re-entry protocols cooperatively.  Masks are worn by all when entering and exiting our school, and while in hallways or at times when physical distancing is not possible.  Students are respecting distancing and enhanced cleaning/sanitizing measures, and are showing genuine care and concern for the wellbeing of all those around them.  Once again, the students of William Roper Hull School are rising to the occasion.  We are immensely proud of them.

Still, with change and uncertainty will always come a degree of anxiety.  Returning to school during a pandemic, in a time none of us could ever have predicted ​only a few short months ago, is a complex and challenging undertaking.  I want to assure you that we are doing everything we can to keep our school and those in it safe, while also developing healthy relationships and fostering a therapeutic learning environment.

Please reach out if you have any questions, concerns, or feedback.  We are happy to chat with parents, guardians, and caregivers at any time.​

Take care, and be safe.

Yours Sincerely,

Joe Sturgeon


William Roper Hull School


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