Hello Greenspire Community –
As you probably know by now, the state will be entering into a Three-Week Pause beginning on Wednesday, November 18th. High schools are required to suspend in-person learning. Elementary and middle schools can choose whether or not to continue in-person learning during this Three-Week Pause. All schools in the county have been under a “consider remote” condition for the past few weeks since the county moved to level “E” due to the rising number of cases in the county. At the beginning of October, the county’s infection rate was 1.9%. That number is now at and sometimes over 10%. Positive cases in the county affect all age groups, including children.
We will be evaluating our situation to determine the best path forward that protects the health and safety of our students, our faculty/staff, our parents, our friends, and our community members.
If the decision is made to transition to remote learning for a period of time, we have a remote schedule to put into effect immediately.
Toolbox on the Website
If you have not yet visited the Toolbox section of our new website, please visit the following link…
You will find several important links…
- An updated 2020-2021 School Calendar
- An updated 2020-2021 School Directory
- A link to order Spirit Wear*
- Our Week Ahead document (updated every Monday)
- A link to the Student Support Council page that has amazing resources for parents
*Please remember that if you are ordering any Spirit Wear, the last day to order is Wednesday, November 25th at 3:00 pm. No orders can be accepted after that date.
Board of Education Meeting
Monday, November 16th at 5:30 pm
Please visit the following link for more information and the Zoom link for the meeting…
Remote Learning Pictures
We are looking for pictures of students participating in remote learning (both hybrid and fully remote students) to use in the 2020-2021 Greenspire yearbook. If you have any pictures of your child learning at home, please send to Kat Eldred at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have a good week and stay safe!
Robert Walker, EdS