Letter from Dr. Sullivan
We are saddened at the thought of not seeing our beloved students, families and friends in person in the coming weeks. There are many treasured school traditions and events that will be impacted by this closure, from the May Procession, to Field Day, to graduation and moving on ceremonies. Please know that we are working on alternative ways that we can create fun and memorable experiences for all of our students this spring.
We are completely committed to continuing the education of all of our students for the remainder of this school year. And in that sense, our school is very much open (virtually)! Our teachers will continue with the remote learning strategies which have been in place since March. Parents have provided us with a great deal of very positive feedback about how these systems are working and what a wonderful job our teachers have been doing. We encourage you to continue providing feedback to teachers and Dr. Sullivan so that we can continue to refine and improve upon these systems. We recognize that remote learning requires a significant commitment from parents and we thank you for partnering with us in continuing the education of your children.
While we are sorry to not be able to be together in person, we support Governor Baker's decision and we encourage all of you to do everything that you can to slow the spread of COVID-19. Please follow the guidance of the CDC and other governmental authorities with respect to social distancing, wearing masks and staying at home as much as possible. Please also join us in praying for all who are affected by this terrible illness, for those who are caring for them, and for those who are performing essential functions. Always remember that God is our refuge and our strength!