Every year, a number of factors go into the calculations of the last day of attendance. This year was a challenging one in many ways with the 180-day attendance requirement, the County’s State of Emergency closure, and the Governor’s Executive Order for school building(s) closure due to the Coronavirus. In the Governor’s Executive Order, there was a directive that instruction was to be provided virtually throughout scheduled breaks (i.e. Spring Break and days around Memorial Day).
several months have been a difficult ride for all of us and I appreciate your
flexibility and understanding as we start to plan the end of the academic year
and various student celebrations (i.e. graduations, moving up ceremonies,
etc.). I understand the stresses that the last months have put on you.
- Each school principal has or will notify you about end of year closeout procedures, including the return of school property such as textbooks, calculators, library books, novels, etc. Principals will also share information about procedures to collect students’ belongings in lockers or classrooms.
- Plans are developing for the return of school-issued
Chromebooks during the week of June 15. Further information
will be forthcoming.
- If you have any questions on school closure procedures for your child’s school, please contact your school principal for more information.