This will be the last Director's Note of the year! We hope you enjoyed the long weekend; it's exciting to see the world beginning to re-open. The trends in COVID rates make us very optimist about re-opening our school in the fall with few restrictions, and we are planning our calendars and bell schedules with a full re-opening in mind! We know you still have questions about physical distancing, masking, and sharing supplies, and we do not have concrete answers to these questions yet, but as we receive guidance, we will share that information with you over the summer.
Did you miss out on participating in our Fun Run last week? We are extending it another week, so you still have time to get out to enjoy the curated hikes right out our backdoors!
This week we are going to try to get 100% participation from our Bridges students. We've raised $5300 so far, and we are about $15k from the goal we set. But that's only with 12% of the school particpating! If we reach our goal, PAC is going to host an end-of-school popsicle party for our on-site and distance learning students the last week of school. Learn more here!:
We are gearing up for our annual Fun Run! This year's virtual fun run is about exploring our beautiful Conejo Valley!
Coach Lindsay will be sharing 5 hikes/routes with us and we'd like to challenge you to complete as many of them as you can after school during the week of May 3rd. A Kudos board will be set up so you can share your adventures with your family and friends. You can go at your own pace, having fun, and raising money for Bridges along the way!
Welcome back from Spring Break! We hope you were able to enjoy the time off together; with the decline in COVID-19 rates and the loosened restrictions in our region, it is refreshing to feel the bustle of life again, what a contrast from the state that we were in last year at this time!
Wow, what a start to 2021! We are grateful for your continued resilience and flexibility. The winds are howling today, and we hope you are all staying safe, though we recognize that many are without electricity today.
I want to begin by again thanking you for your patience and flexibility with us as we continue to navigate the challenges that COVID requires us to respond to. Sometimes information comes to us late, and we need to make decisions that impact you at the last minute. We so appreciate your resiliency through these processes.