Return To School
Dear Moses Field Families:
On behalf of Moses Field School Administration and Staff, We Welcome Our Student and Families for the 2020-21SY!
I hope that you are enjoying the remaining days of summer and that you are making plans for a successful 2020-2021 school year. The first day of school is Tuesday, September 8, 2020 and will either be Online or Face2Face. It will be a full day of school and you will get to meet every one of your teachers.
This letter will provide you with information that will support a successful start to your new school year for students. This has been and continues to be a challenging time for all of us. Over the last months, we have worked diligently to study the guidance from national, state, and local officials, as well as seeking input from parents and stakeholders. Moses Field has the desire to do what is best for students and families. We will offer both Face 2 Face and Online Learning for our students. Every quarter families will have the opportunity to assess their preferences, so be assured that you are not locked into your selection for the school year. Keeping our students and staff as safe as possible is our top priority.
There are safety guidelines that we will ask of you to follow as we provide educational services to your child during the 2020-21SY:
- Take your child’s temperature in the morning before putting them on the bus.
- If your child has a temperature of 100.4 or more, keep them at home and notify the School Nurse.
- If your child is not feeling well, please consider keeping them home until they are better.
- Notify the School Nurse/Homeroom Teacher when your child is ill.
- If you think you child has become infected with COVID – 19 and has been diagnosed by a doctor, please notify our School Nurse. You child will have to quarantine at least until a negative COVID -19 Test results.
- We know some of our students may not wear a mask/keep a mask on, but please work with them on letting them know why this is important.
- Notify our School Nurse through Nursing Assessment/Physicians Script concerning other medical issues your child may have such as Asthma, Seizures, Respiratory Issues and Seasonal Allergies.
- Keep the lines of communication open with the school and your child’s teacher.
Our students and families make our school community the caring place it is! We will get through this together.
With Children in Mind,
LeTanya Dandridge, Ed.S