Fourth Grade: Move to Distance Learning Feb. 4–17

One of our fourth grade teachers has tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19. The teacher has asked that we share that she has felt light symptoms since late last week, which she believed were due to seasonal allergies. When she started feeling worse today, she immediately took the test.
 
Our health team has called the families of the students in this particular classroom, and those students have been counseled to quarantine.
 
The rest of our fourth grade students do not need to quarantine. There was no close contact.
 
However, fourth grade teachers will need to quarantine at home for 14 days due to close contact.
 
Since our teachers will be teaching from home, fourth graders will need to pivot to distance learning until February 18. (Note that February 12 is asynchronous learning, and so students will already be at home. February 15 is a student holiday).
 
We thank you for your flexibility as we move to distance learning over the next two weeks.
 
Look for an email from teachers with more information about the pivot. Information will also be added into their google classroom.
 
 
Please reach out if you have questions or concerns. We look forward to welcoming your children back on campus February 18.
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