As a school year unlike any other comes to an end, I wanted to take a moment and thank the school community for their support and understanding during this challenging time.
I have to share my appreciation of our teaching staff for making the unforeseen transition to a Virtual Learning Platform and working very hard to ensure the continuity of quality instruction and care for our students.
I want to express my gratitude to our parents, guardians and families for doing their very best to support learning during what has been a very stressful and trying time for so many households.
Finally, to our students, I know that so many of you have missed out on great experiences and events over the past three months, and our heart breaks for you and what you have lost. But we are also impressed with the resiliency and fortitude that so many of you have demonstrated during this time and the positive approach you have taken during this experience.
We now move into what will assuredly be a demanding and difficult summer as we envision what school will look like in September for the Ewing Schools. Our “Return to School” transition committee has been hard at work over the past month evaluating different scenarios and approaches, but admittedly we have far more questions than answers at this time. We are still awaiting guidance from state governmental and public health leaders.
Please know that we are available for any thoughts and concerns as we make our way to the start of the 2020-21 school year, and we will strive to keep the school community apprised of developments.
For now, I hope everyone has the opportunity to take a couple moments to reflect and relax. Best wishes for a safe and enjoyable summer to the entire school community!