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April 6th Weekly Update

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Last week your child’s classroom teacher should have contacted you to check in and gather information to plan next steps in the delivery of learning activities at home.  This coming week you should be receiving some learning tasks that your child can complete at home.  Teachers will be providing your child with tasks that will focus on what is most essential in numeracy and literacy.  Assigned work will be limited to 5 hours of learning time per week. Google Classroom and Google Meet will be used to facilitate the delivery, communication and support with these assigned tasks.  A paper and pencil option is available for families that do not have access to on-line learning.  Teachers will be in contact with you regarding how your child can access these tools.   If you have questions, please contact your child’s teacher by email.  Teachers will be on-line at home, checking emails during the scheduled hours that they have communicated to you.  They will endeavour to answer your questions, as soon they are able.  It is also important to continue to check your teacher’s classroom blogs on the school website.  Teachers will continue to use these blogs as a communication tool.  As you can imagine, this is a new way for our teachers to deliver instruction. We ask for your continued patience as we navigate this new way of teaching.  

Please know that we continue to miss seeing our students in person. We look forward to providing essential learning to our students at Kenneth D. Taylor. 

Take care and stay safe,

Todd Faunt


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