LCIS SNSO 5-10-20
Dear LCIS Families,
Happy Mother’s Day to all of those wonderful moms out there!
We hope that your child has been experiencing some academic success by working through the packets or by joining the online learning. While this is not any of our preferred methods of doing school, we’re hopeful that your child has remained engaged with some learning over these past few weeks. During this past week, we honored our teachers during teacher appreciation week and we would like to extend that appreciation to you for all of the support you have given your children as their at home teacher. We are so thankful for all that you do!
This spring has been full of new opportunities! Students have embraced on line learning in the home environment and have been experiencing school from a whole new perspective. Since we are not able to have our regular school-wide Community Meeting, we would like to honor the following students for showing perseverance during the last quarter of the 2019-2020 school year.
3rd Grade: Mr. Hanger’s Class: Kimberly Medina / Mrs. Hanger’s Class: Dylan Ginder / Ms. Page’s Class: Hattie Mallozzi
4th Grade: Ms. Cerrone’s Class: Jennifer Rosales / Mr. Kim’s Class: Max Littlepage / Mrs. Warner’s Class Ernesto Raudales Galarza
5th Grade: Mrs. Brungardt’s Class: Rocio Reyes Garcia / Ms. Finck’s Class: Jordan Padilla / Mrs. Martin’s Class: Navaeh Barrela
6th Grade: Ms. Beery’s Class: Liliana Guzman / Ms. Forget’s Class: Iliany Romero Carias / Mrs. Pongrekun’s Class: Jaiylen Morales
On Monday, May 11 from 8-4 and Tuesday May 12 from 3-7 we will host our final packet pick up at LCIS for only grades 3-6. At this time we plan to distribute:
- the last two weeks of distant learning
- summer learning opportunities
- student belongings
Currently, your child’s teacher is gathering up his/her belongings and preparing them for you to take home. During these two days, we will also have our lost and found items displayed on hanging racks near the parking lot exit available for you to check for your child’s missing items.
Please return any LCIS library books that your child has checked out when you come to pick up their personal belongings on Monday 5/11/2020.
Distribution of items during these two days will follow the same structure: parents will enter the LCIS parking lot from 6th street, drive up to the cone at the front entrance, remain in their vehicles and tell the LCIS staff member their child s name and grade level. The staff member will bring your child’s items to you. Please only plan to get out of your vehicle if you want to look at the lost and found items and remember to follow social distancing recommendations.
We will be mailing report cards home the week of May 11th. These reports will reflect student progress through March 13, 2020. If your mailing address has changed since registration, please leave a message with the LCIS office at 719-486-6830.
If your child has borrowed a Chromebook for distant learning, he/she may continue to keep and use the Chromebook for the duration of the summer. We will plan to collect the Chromebooks at the start of the 2020-2021 school year. We hope that having the use of the Chromebooks has enabled your child to continue with some of their online learning programs as well as connect with his/her teacher through Google Classroom. The online learning programs, such as Lexia, Dreambox and Khan Academy will continue to be available throughout the summer even though Google Classroom will end on May 22, 2020. There will be an IT person on call this summer so if you have any problems with your Chromebook, you can email email@example.com for support.
Lake County SBHC re-opened on Tuesday, May 5th! The SBHC will be open 1 day/week (Tuesdays) from 8am-5pm for well visits (Well Child Checks, immunizations, sports physicals, reproductive health, injuries). Telehealth/virtual appointments will be offered for sick visits, including potential COVID-19.
Behavioral health appointments are available via telehealth or in person at our main Summit Community Care Clinic in Frisco. SCCC will honor your student’s SBHC enrollment and pricing at the main clinic through August 31, 2020.
For questions or to schedule an appointment, please call the Summit Community Care Clinic (your SBHC sponsor) at 970-668-4040, or 719-486-6981 on Tuesdays when the SBHC is open. Please reach out to the Care Clinic if you need support during this difficult time. We are here for you!
Looking ahead: Our current 5th graders will need a Tdap booster before coming back in August as our new 6th grade class. Immunizations can be obtained at the Lake County Health Department, School Based Health Center or through your doctor. Appointments for the vaccines can be scheduled by calling the Lake County Health Department at 486-2413 or School Based Health Center 486-6981
May 11 and 12, 2020 All LCIS Library books are due
May 11, 2020 Paper Learning Packets and Personal Items Pick-Up for grades 3-6 at LCIS 8am-4pm
May 12, 2020 Paper Learning Packets and Personal Items Pick-Up for grades 3-6 at LCIS 3pm-7pm
As always, please reach out to your child’s teacher or the LCIS main office for any support you may need. Stay healthy. Know that we are thinking of you and that we miss your children dearly.
Principal, Lake County Intermediate School
1000 W. 6th Street
Leadville, CO 80461
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