Remote Learning Thursday, January 14th - Wednesday, January 27th 2021

 

CSS Families,

 

As the district prepares to transition to full remote learning beginning Thursday, January 14th-Wednesday, January 27th, please make note of the details below:

 

  • Wednesday, January 13th: Professional Day. There is NO school for students. 

  • Monday, January 18th: Martin Luther King Jr. Day. There is NO school.

 

  • Virtual live classes will be held Monday- Friday for ALL students. Hybrid  Cohort A and B students will attend virtual classes Monday- Friday. See your child’s Google Classroom for the daily schedule.

 

  •  Attendance at all Meets is required.

 

  • Hybrid Kindergarten Learning packets will be available for pick-up(Mr. McCarthy, Mrs. Moynihan, Mrs. Murphy, Mrs. Wojtowicz & Mrs. Hoar) on Wednesday, January 13th after 3:00 PM. Packets will be in labeled classroom containers outside of the main entrance. See your child’s Google Classroom for further details.

 

  • Students that have been remote all year will continue with the same schedule. Learning Supply pick-up for students in Mrs. King, Mrs. Desroches and Mrs.LePage classrooms will be Friday, January 15th after 3:00 PM unless otherwise noted on your individual Google Classroom.

 

  • Virtual Question and Answer Sessions will be held:

 

Tuesday, January 12th from 9:30 AM-10:15 AM

Meeting ID:       meet.google.com/avv-ncvr-rk

Phone Numbers

(‪US‬)‪+1 617-675-4444‬

PIN: ‪430 173 237 5485#‬                    

Tuesday, January 12th from 6:30-7:15 PM

Meeting ID:  meet.google.com/kne-mcwh-vjw

Phone Numbers

(‪US‬)‪+1 617-675-4444‬

 

PIN: ‪218 228 638 2218#‬

 

We all understand that this temporary change in schedule may pose a challenge; however, the health and safety of all is the number one priority. Thank you for your anticipated understanding and cooperation as we continue to navigate through this unprecedented time. If you have any questions or concerns I can be contacted at 323-0428 or amastalerz@belchertownps.org.

 

Be safe and stay well.

 

Warm regards,

Andrea Mastalerz