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June 2, 2020


Dear Parents and Guardians,


               As we reach the end of the 2019-2020 school year, we would first like to take the opportunity to thank all of you for your continued support in your child’s education during this unprecedented time. It has been a difficult journey trying to ensure we were providing the most appropriate lessons and activities, which best suited your child’s educational needs. While nothing can replace face-to-face instruction in a school setting, you, as their parents/guardians, did an amazing job partnering with us during our first remote learning adventure together.


               This Friday, June 5th, from 4 pm to 6 pm, we will be conducting a “student work drop-off/student farewell” event. Teachers, while following recommended CDC guidelines, will be stationed in designated areas at the high school bus port, where families will be dropping off their child’s Math and Reading workbooks, also giving the teachers and students an opportunity to say goodbye for the summer.


               The last official day of school is June 12th. We are collecting the above materials on June 5th in order to give the teachers an opportunity to review all assignments and provide the families with the appropriate feedback. For the final week of school, the faculty at Kennedy will be providing educational activities, in the form of a Summer Celebration Enrichment Week.


               Once all materials have been collected and reviewed, we will be conducting another event for students to pick-up report cards, certificates, reviewed materials, etc. This date will be given at a later time.


               Again, we would like to thank you all for your continued support and cooperation. We are looking forward to seeing your children on Friday, as this is the final opportunity for teachers to formally say goodbye for the summer break. We encourage you to bring your child, however, everyone is required to remain in their vehicles and follow the appropriate CDC guidelines. 




Valerie Bartle