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Student Supply and Medication Pick Up
Student Supply and Medication Pick Up
Hannah Bennett
Thursday, April 30, 2020

Good afternoon Catlin Families,

We are in the second full-week of our Distance Learning Packets, and we’ve been hearing a lot of success stories.  I have joined many Zooms and Google Classrooms to view the interactions and work that’s being conducted remotely.  Congratulations to all families for engaging and doing their best to make this unique situation works. 

Next week, May 4th-May 8th, staff will be cleaning out their rooms.  As part of this cleaning out process, they will be gathering and bagging student’s items from the classrooms.  Staff will do their best to gather all student belongings.  We will be staging these bags in an organized manner in the gym.  The following week, May 11th-May 13th, we have made the pickup of student’s supplies available.  Please review the schedule below for details.  Also, please know that you can come any of the days below at the designated times to get your student’s supplies.  We want to accommodate your schedules as much as possible.  The grade-level suggestions are an effort to keep traffic flow to a minimum.  For everyone’s safety, we ask that you and all of your passengers stay in the vehicle and student’s materials will be brought out to you.  Students and families will not be allowed to go into the school to look for items.  Medications can be picked up on these days and times as well.  Again, please see details below.

Also, I would request that if your child hasn’t left essential items at the school, that you leave it to us to discard and/or reuse and don’t come through the line at all.  I have budgeted to buy extra supplies for next year, to make-up for any lost supplies.  Students will have all they need to successfully work in the classrooms when we get back to school.   

Thank you and take care,

Mr. Yore