With senior commencement around the corner, this is the time that I sit and reflect on the year. We have a lot to celebrate. We were successfully able to keep the school open for the school year. Thank you all for going through this journey with us. I appreciate all the parent support we have received to keep our students and faculty and staff safe.
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Welcome to our final Cougar Chronicle of the 2020-21 school year! My messages lately have been about finishing strong, and I realize that is much easier said than done. I think we have to acknowledge that while last spring was really tough, toward the end of the year there was a feeling of hope and great enthusiasm for every opportunity for in-person interactions. We had positive energy, excitement, and gratitude for car parades, home visits by teachers, meal deliveries from parents for Teacher Appreciation Week, and simply having an in-person Graduation Ceremony.
We are so excited to be able to finish out the 2020-21 school year in a way that feels at least a little bit normal. While we know this year has been demanding on many levels for everyone, we are so proud of the way the entire community has come together to prioritize health and safety, which has in turn allowed us to prioritize being together as a community.
It is hard to believe the school year is almost over. We all made it and that is an accomplishment in which to be proud. Way to go - students, faculty, staff, and parents - we did it!
Another school year is quickly coming to an end. For those of you with young children, I’m sure you’re amazed at how your child has blossomed as the year has passed. From those who were not walking or talking at the start of the year to those who learned to write their names… our children are growing up before us and each milestone is amazing.
Art! Art! Art! The children in ECE love to create masterpiece after masterpiece. From the small little butterflies they draw, to the individual works of art they each created for last week’s art show. Creative art is everywhere we turn in our school and so important to each child’s own identity.