Farrand Robocall ‘Email’ November 28, 2020
Good Evening Farrand Families,
Mrs. Washington here with your weekend update. I am sure you all enjoyed your Thanksgiving gatherings even though they were limited. Some families chose to gather virtually with extended relatives in the interest of safety. Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks. I am thankful for the Farrand school community. You have worked very hard to follow CDC guidelines to keep your children and the Farrand staff safe. Farrand students have been diligent in completing their daily assignments whether they be delivered virtually or face to face. Again, I thank you.
The weekend update is coming to you a day earlier as a reminder of a significant change in our learning schedule and lesson delivery.
Superintendent Merritt explained in her communication to P-CCS families that as a result of the increase in the surge of the Covid 19 virus the Wayne County Health Department issued its strongest recommendation to schools in the county. The advisory noted that all districts in the county should shift to remote learning through January 15 2021. The P-CCS District believes that it is in the best interest of our community to extend our period of virtual learning through January 15, 2021.
Please read the following update regarding Safe Start Remote Learning below.
UPDATED INFORMATION FOR ELEMENTARY
SAFE START REMOTE LEARNING
All Safe Start K-5 students should plan to connect with their teachers
on Zoom between 8:47 a.m. and 9 a.m. on Monday, November 30.
Teachers will post classroom-specific schedules in Canvas.