This is a special session (one not in the schedule) and in this case, they’ll start it open to the public to allow for public speaks then will go into a closed executive session to discuss mid-year review of the Superintendent. For the first time, the Board of Education will allow for submissions to be read/spoken aloud, instead of just written in. *Comments/statements must be read in three minutes or less*: “In addition to written comments, community members can sign up to provide audio comments to the Board of Education. Audio comments can be provided by connecting to the district’s Webex platform during a scheduled Board of Education meeting.” Next BOE meeting Mon. 12/14.
Tues. 12/1 & Wed. 12/2 10 am - 2:30 pm: In addition to picking up your Tiger's school supplies, you can also RETURN LAST YEAR'S CLASSROOM AND LIBRARY BOOKS! Pick up free books to read! Donate new and gently used coats and winter gear for kids aged 0 - 18! Finally get your free Tuscan lawn sign!!! Look for signs and 'stuff' near the school supply pick up window, which is room 119 on the Tuscan blacktop.
Tues. 12/1: SEPAC @ 7:15 pm: Focus on Behaviors and Mental Health. The SEPAC Board will also have updates on advocacy work and there will be time for open discussion. Special Guest Panelists: Cheryl Irwin, Special Education teacher and Consultant; Laura Prato, School Social Worker, Columbia High School; Nicole Stewart, Board Certified Behavior Analyst, SEPAC board member; Arelis Tapia-Vargas, School Social Worker, Clinton Elementary School. Join the Google Meet here: meet.google.com/hwe-qukd-qvt
Wed. 12/2, Thurs. 12/3 & Fri. 12/4: HALF-DAYS + Parent/Guardian - Teacher Conferences!
If you haven't yet signed up for a 15-minute time slot, please reach out to your child's teacher, today.
Thurs. 12/3 @ 7:30 pm: The Parenting Center is providing a free, weekly parent support group to help parents cope with COVID-related difficulties this school year. Positive Developments licensed therapists will facilitate the group, and parents/guardians can connect with others, gain information, and share ideas on how to address family challenges during COVID-19. Click here to learn more and get the log in details.