May 10, 2022
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Good Afternoon London Families!
I hope everyone is staying safe and warm with the winter wonderland this weekend. Please see information below about the 5Essentials survey – we want your feedback! The 5Essentials survey window is open and this is a very important process in getting your input as well as that of our students. Additionally, we have a PTSA meeting (virtually) this week as well.
Stay warm and let me know if you have any questions,
Please see the linked letters for both the parent/guardian survey as well as the student survey. The window is open now through March 11th. We would really appreciate it if you could complete the survey. Your feedback is important to us and helps us plan as a school and as a district. I will share the date that students will take this survey in school shortly.
Thank you for your help with this!
Love Your School Campaign
This week, all students received an envelope for our PTSA’s Love Your School Campaign. In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and acts of service, our PTSA is asking families to make any donation they can to support our school. This can be $1 or whatever families would like to donate to support. This funding will go directly to our PTSA to support school programs, events, and student incentives. Each envelope will be entered into a raffle for a Walgreens gift card.
The deadline for this has been extended to Valentine’s Day! (2/14/2022)
Please see below for our upcoming PTSA meeting dates. The google meets will be shared prior to the meeting.
Students in Quarantine
With the updated guidance, students only have to quarantine 5 days and then can return to school as long as they are no longer symptomatic. This minimizes the amount of remote learning students have to engage in and gets them back to the classroom much quicker! However, if students are isolating due to close contact or infection, they are expected to log on to their classrooms and Google Meets to engage in their learning while at home. If students are struggling with this, please reach out to the office or your student’s teachers.