Superintendent’s seat 3-18-2020

 Superintendent’s Seat

Re-1 thanks our school personnel, parents/students and local medical personnel

I want to make sure that everyone fully understands that my number one priority is, and always has been, the safety, health and well-being of our school community of students, parents and all employees. Our employees, students and parents are incredible people. We must all help each other. We must all be supportive and positive while avoiding negativism and non-productive comments.

Please let us all beat this wave of uncertain times and viral threat that lie ahead.

During these uncertain times, several groups of people have risen to the occasion and many beyond expectations. Thus, I would like to recognize their efforts.

Custodial and maintenance staff who have worked diligently to help keep our buildings as clean and safe as possible. They have taken their tasks to another level. Thank you.
Administrators, Teachers, and Staff members for their dedication and incredible hard work to prepare learning packets consisting of e learning and pencil/paper lessons. What a great job in preparation and a successful distribution. We had almost a 100% success rate. Teachers even made home deliveries of packets if a parent was unable to pick-up or had forgotten to do so by days end. Thank you.
Central office staff and Food Service Director Tara Burke for preparation and plans of drive through sack lunch pickups effective Tuesday, March 31, if school does not resume on March 30th. Thank you.
Our local health employees for their dedication and service. We know you are at high risk. Thank you.

Please be aware that the school closures in Colorado may see a prolonged time of closure. I believe we will see new guidelines come forth from the Governors office and CDE within a matter of days. Please stay tuned and please be patient, supportive and realize we all have a stake in helping to prevent the transmission of the virus.