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Class Days

To help us create a positive and welcoming atmosphere, we ask the following of you:

  • Be on time. If you come a little early, please stay with your child or arrange a plan with Sue.
  • Walk with your student onto our campus. Also, check your student mailbox!
  • Please take time to talk with your child before and after each day about how they can help create a positive and welcoming place for our community.
  • You can always contact us if something isn't going right for your child so that we can work together to find a solution

Sea Squirts (K-2nd grade)

IN PERSON CLASS DAYS

 We look forward to seeing you at our in person class days!

  • Adhere to the arrival and pick up times as much as possible.  If you have to arrive early or pick up late, please call Sue in the office to make arrangements.  

  • Send healthy snacks and lunch.  If you want to get lunch in the cafeteria, please let Sue know on your arrival.

  • Stay home if you are sick.

  • Attending any in-person class days will count as their daily check in and lesson. The virtual morning daily check in and lesson is optional for that day only.

Welcome Sea Squirts

Sea Urchins (3rd-5th grade)

GROUP GUIDELINES

One of our major goals is to create a safe and welcoming space for all of our students.  As part of our cooperative learning process and group support system, we offer the following guidelines to help each student be mindful of others. We have team building activities on our class days and offer kind, caring conflict resolution as needed. We work with our students to learn about and think about:  is it SAFE?   is it KIND?    is it RESPONSIBLE?

Please take time to talk with your child before and after each day about the role they can play in helping create a positive environment for our community.  Always know that you can contact us if something isn’t going right for your child so that we can work together to find a solution.

SEA URCHIN SCIENCE

We are learning about magnetism and electricity this semester.

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Groupers (6th-8th grade)

Grouper SCIENCE

Life Science

GROUPER GUIDELINES

Group Guidelines

One of our major goals is to create a safe and welcoming space for all of our students.  As part of our cooperative learning process and group support system, we offer the following guidelines to help each student be mindful of others. We have team building activities on our class days and offer kind, caring conflict resolution as needed. We work with our students to learn about and think about:   is it SAFE?   is it KIND?    is it RESPONSIBLE?

 

Please take time to talk with your child before and after each day about the role they can play in helping create a positive environment for our community.  Always know that you can contact us if something isn’t going right for your child so that we can work together to find a solution.