TOPICS INCLUDE: SCHOOLWIDE ASSEMBLY; RETURN TO CAMPUS UPDATES; COMMUNITY MEETING; STORY HOUR; LIBRARY NEWS
There will be a schoolwide assembly (webinar format) for students on Monday, May 10 at 8:40 AM. The Zoom link and password will be emailed and texted via our Blackboard system on Monday at 8 AM.
Return to Campus Updates
Students will receive their weekly COVID-19 test on Monday, May 10. Parents who previously requested that their child receive the saliva test, but are now okay with their child receiving a nasal swab test should inform their child's teacher.
Families that currently have a child learning online can opt to have their child return to campus for hybrid instruction. Students can move from online to hybrid on the following days:
Monday, May 3 Monday, May 17 (form open between 5/10-5/13) Tuesday, June 1 (form open between 5/24-5/27)
Please complete https://forms.gle/xJGURiRsCAzXRtvJ7 if you'd like your child to
return to campus for hybrid instruction. To allow sufficient time for the school to accommodate additional students, this form should be completed on the Thursday prior to start date. Families with multiple children should complete this form for each child.
PLEASE NOTE THAT AS SOME CLASSROOMS ARE AT CAPACITY THAT STUDENTS WHO ARE RETURNING TO SCHOOL ARE NOT GUARANTEED TO BE PLACED WITH THEIR CURRENT TEACHER.
Story Hour with Kate Sartore
Week 30's Story Hour with Kate Sartore is as follows. All classes begin at 3:30, and continue to be virtual.
ETK, TK, & Kinder: Tuesdays at 3:30
THE BUSY BEAVER
Written and Illustrated by Nicholas Oldland
Meeting ID 835 6401 4296 Passcode 457574
Grades 1 & 2: Wednesdays at 3:30
**Please note the new recurring zoom link for this session!**
ALL THE PLACES TO LOVE
Written by Patricia MacLachlan and Paintings by Mike Wimmer
Meeting ID 821 3507 0171 Passcode 166968
Grades 3, 4, & 5: Thursdays at 3:30
PIPPO THE FOOL
Written by Tracey E. Fern and Illustrated by Pau Estrada
Meeting ID 865 9746 7582 Passcode 174405
School Library News
Please see attached bulletin for an update from our Library Aide, Francine Della Catena. Additionally, the Los Angeles Public Library is hosting a weekly program called Neighborhood Science Tuesdays. It educates the community about science and sustainable practices in our neighborhoods. See the attached for more details.