Dear Breaker Families,
As of today, all of our students have now attended a Quarter One Block A and B class. This morning, the new routine of students entering the building using the doors closest to their classrooms was definitely easier for all. We hope your child is feeling reassured and confident of the health and safety measures in place to provide for their care.
Each morning, students have been greeted with reminders to remain 2 meters from their peers, sanitize their hands, wear their masks when physical distancing is not possible, and most of all, to have a great day. I want to reach out to express our gratitude for their return and provide some reminders as well.
- Please arrive no earlier than 15 minutes before the start of class. If students are arriving earlier than this, they are over-lapping with our staggered start times and congestion will occur at our entry doors.
- While the weather is still nice, we encourage students to WALK or RIDE their bike to school or for parents to drop your child off and pick them up a block away from the school and allow them to walk to their entry door. This will reduce the congestion in front of the school in the drop off zone.
- We also remind students that this can be a very busy area. Please maintain 2 meters of physical distance and keep masks on while on school property.
Please welcome your new PAC Executive:
President – Connie Huang
Vice President – Akuka Ahmed
Treasurer – Chris Jackson
Secretary – Suzanne Judge
Our first PAC meeting is Thursday, September 17th at 7pm via Zoom. Agenda attached.
Please use the following link to join the meeting:
Meeting ID: 631 4874 8596
Lastly, as much as we are focusing on the health and safety procedures of cleaning and disinfecting, learning cohorts, handwashing and respiratory etiquette, just as crucial is staying home when sick and not introducing illness into our schools. Please remember to undertake the Mandatory Daily Health Declaration process. Please see the attached UPDATED declaration and carefully review the handout.
Stay safe and well,