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Grades K-5 transition letter

Dear Elementary Parents/Guardians,

The 2020-21 classroom teacher placement letters are being mailed out today.  We appreciate your continued support and patience with this process.  Classroom teachers will be in communication with families in the coming weeks regarding transition opportunities for your child(ren).  

Dismissal Information 

In addition to the placement letters, you will find important dismissal paperwork that must be returned by all students learning through the in-person model.  Please complete that as soon as possible and mail it, fax it, or email it (tompkinsj@schuylerville.org) to the elementary school main office. This is critical for our planning purposes and the safety of your child(ren). Students learning through the remote model are to return this prior to their return school via the in-person model.   

Kindergarten In-Person Orientation: In-Person Meet & Greet, Supply Drop Off, and Bus Ride

Tuesday, September 8
  • 1:00-1:30 p.m. Moran, Devine, Ochal
  • 1:45-2:15 p.m. Sorbero, Curtis, Carminucci
  • 2:30-3:00 p.m. Jennings, Nesbitt, McMurry

Students will arrive at the front of the elementary school building and must be wearing a mask.  We will have a table designated for each teacher outside on the front lawn.  As each student comes to the table, we will take their temperature.  In addition to teacher tables, we will have a nurse’s table for families to visit if they choose as well as a school counselor table for families to visit.  Each student will be provided with a welcome packet that will meet the needs of both in person and remote learners.

Each class will be split into two groups.  One group will start in the classroom with the teacher while the other takes a bus ride.  The groups will switch.  Parents/guardians will need to wait outside or in their cars.

First Grade In-Person Meet & Greet and Supply Drop Off

Wednesday, September 9
  • 1:00-1:30 p.m. Weed, Vallee, Hagglove
  • 1:45-2:15 p.m. Ekblom, Long, McMurray
  • 2:30-3:00 p.m. Cogan-Carpenter, Decker, Delmar

Students will arrive at the front of the elementary school building and must be wearing a mask.  We will have a table designated for each teacher outside on the front lawn.  As each student comes to the table, we will take their temperature.   In addition to teacher tables, we will have a nurse’s table for families to visit if they choose as well as a school counselor table for families to visit.  Remote learners will be provided with materials for use at home.  Parents/guardians will need to wait outside or in their cars.    

Grades 2-5 ‘New Students to the District’ In-Person Orientation

Wednesday, September 9 
  • 10:30-11:00 a.m.

Students will meet Principal Beckett and a few others at the front of the building.  Each student must wear a mask and will have their temperature taken. Students will be provided with a guided tour of the school.  Students learning through the remote model will be provided with materials at this time.  Parents/guardians will need to wait outside or in their cars.

Grades 2-5 Virtual Meet and Greet

Wednesday, September 9
*(Please make note of revised times)

  • Grade 2: 1:00 p.m.  
  • Grade 3: 1:15 p.m.
  • Grade 4: 1:30 p.m.
  • Grade 5: 1:45 p.m. 

Virtual teacher presentation including pictures and other important information about the upcoming school year. 

Grades 2-5 Remote Learning Material Pick Up

Wednesday, September 9

  • 8:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.

Parents/guardians with a child(ren) learning through the remote learning model will be invited to stop by the elementary school to pick up remote learning materials.  Parents are to wear a mask and social distance from one another.  Families are welcome to (and encouraged) to pick up for one another if possible.

While this year is bound to look different, we will continue to strive to provide each child with a high quality educational experience supported by care, kindness, and support. 

Sincerely,
Principal Rose Beckett