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Superintendent's Message - Thursday, April 9

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Dear 622 families,

As we end our second week of distance learning, I wanted to take a moment to express my gratitude. Thank you to our students, families, and staff for all of the flexibility and cooperation these past two weeks. Please remember, there is no school for students tomorrow, Friday, April 10.

I want to thank our staff who work on the front lines and have interaction with the public. This week alone, our nutrition services and transportation staff have prepared and delivered nearly 36,000 meals to our students! Our Adventure Connection staff continue to provide childcare for health care, emergency, and essential workers as required by Governor Walz. Meanwhile, our teachers continue working together to modify and improve our distance learning program as we go. Please visit this link to view a video showing some of the thanks our staff has received from parents and the public on social media and via email. We appreciate your positive thoughts!

As we enter into week three of distance learning, we want to thank all of our families who are working hard to support our students at home. We understand how valuable your time is. 

Please do not hesitate to reach out to our school staff if we can be of any assistance to you. 

We’re all in this together!

Warm Regards,

 

Christine Tucci Osorio
Superintendent