Hello, learners and families,
Welcome to another first week at school! This week we welcome 7th and 8th graders as well as all learners from upper school interested in joining the on-site hybrid learning program!
Thank you to everyone who joined our Upper School Welcome Back to School Night last week. We are so excited to have our entire site-based learning community able to participate on campus. We look forward to welcoming our Innovation learners to campus in weeks to come! We appreciate everyone’s patience as we continue our smooth transition back to school. Your teamwork is ensuring a successful valet drive-through every morning and afternoon.
As we mentioned last week, we are over the moon to be back on campus together. Spring break is next week, and we are all excited! Again, we recommend you “sharpen the saw” with a creative staycation at home while we all continue to work together to lower the COVID-19 cases in our community. Let’s keep our on-site program open by keeping ourselves healthy!
If you do plan to go out of state over spring break, please notify your learner’s facilitator that you will keep them at home for the 10-day quarantine. They can participate via distance learning at this time.
Last but not least, SCVi values your feedback! Our SCVi Family Survey will be closing on Wednesday. Don’t miss this chance to share your feedback. Your input is critical as we work to make SCVi as effective as it can be as we focus on each child’s mastery of core content, social-emotional growth, deeper learning, and leadership.
You may complete the survey online using a computer, tablet, or smartphone by clicking on your individualized link in your email that we have on file for your family. Please check your email, including your spam folder, for a message from Panorama Education. Thank you in advance for your thoughtful responses. If you have any questions about the survey administration, please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com. (Or if you prefer, you may click here now. Please use code 2422824128 for seat-based learners; code 3558268536 for independent/home study learners.)
Thank you in advance for your thoughtful responses. If you have any questions about the survey administration, please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yours in unity,
Thur., 12/7: iSUPPORT Special General Meeting, 9 AM
Fri.-Sat., 12/8-9: 4-8 Players Present “Bedtime Stories.” Purchase Tickets
Tue., 12/12: SCVi Virtual Info Session, 6 PM. RSVP
Fri., 12/15: Fall Semester Ends
Mon., 12/18-Mon., 1/8: Winter Break
Mon., 1/8: Staff Professional Learning
Tues., 1/9: Spring Semester Begins
Fri., 1/19: Reports of Progress Sent Home
Mon., 1/15: MLKJ Day of Service
Thur., 1/25: Minimum Day All Grades
Thur.-Fri., 1/25-26: Learner-Led Conferences
Click here for the academic calendar.
Campus tours are available by appointment. RSVP here.
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