March 18, 2020
Today, all students should have received a bag of work from their teachers. If you received a meal delivery, the packet would have been delivered with it. If you did not sign up for meals, bus drivers hung the bag on your mailbox.
The District is providing free breakfast and lunch to all children under the age of 18. If you would like to take advantage of this, please click on the following link and complete the form.
Meals will be delivered by bus between the hours of 11:00 and 12:15 and someone must be home to meet the bus. If you want meals to go to a daycare or neighbor's then that is the address you need to use and you should go in and change it on the form. This should not be something that gets changed daily. If you change it today, the delivery today will go to the first address you used and the new address will start the next day. It would be helpful for our bus drivers if there was a consistent address each day. Remember someone must physically be there to get it from them or they will not leave the meals.
If you are not in need of meals right now, please know that down the road if you would like meals to start, just complete the form. It is my hope that everyone that needs meals for their children will take advantage of this opportunity.
This afternoon, Ms. Merrill and I will be mailing your child’s second trimester report card. Included in the envelope is a personal note to your child from his/her teacher.
As noted yesterday, child’s teacher will be checking in with you briefly each day (by email, Google Classroom, Bloomz, etc.). Please do not hesitate to reach out. While the building is closed, the office will have phone coverage each day between 8:30 AM and 12:00 noon at 207-992-0735. Please feel free to email me at email@example.com with any questions.
A huge shout out and applause being sent to our bus drivers, custodians, kitchen workers, and Ms. Merrill for all the work they are doing. AND…..thank you for being such an amazing community! Your support, patience and concern for each other are so noted and appreciated.
Jane P. Stork