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CDS Town Hall - Shared screen with speaker view
Maggie Gosselin
30:55
We can’t see the slides… just us?
MaryAnn Patel
31:09
I can see them
jan
31:14
I can see the slides
Maggie Gosselin
31:17
Ok… we’ll restart zoom
Antonette Greene
31:18
Me too
David Speyer
31:23
Go to view options at top off screen perhaps
diego
31:26
we see them
Brian Zeiger
35:35
What does a check mark mean?
Brian Zeiger
35:46
Pass or fail?
MaryAnn Patel
35:49
pass
MaryAnn Patel
35:54
It has to be there for 14 days
Toni Presta
36:07
check mark = pass
Jay Meindertsma
36:54
What is essential care?
Chris Teare
37:25
Essential care is in-person care for children of essential worker families
Antonette Greene
37:27
Childcare for families of essential workers
Jay Meindertsma
37:40
got it thanks
Laura Foulke
37:47
so everyone online except ECP?
Jasmin Flores
38:16
That’s right
Antonette Greene
38:20
Except preschool an dtk, yes
Antonette Greene
38:25
TK
Eva Rijser
38:38
why is k online only (no pods, no outdoor experiences w/ faculty) vs. other grades?
Laura Foulke
39:22
What would need to happen to move to hybrid learning model?
Antonette Greene
39:45
There will be pods of kinder to prepare for when we can open, and we will work to see what is possible for in person outdoor engagements
Eva Rijser
40:29
Thanks antonette
Antonette Greene
40:36
Welcome
Hunter
40:41
We have 5 weeks until beginning of school. If SF were to get off watchlist and stay off it for 2+ weeks, could CDS move back to the earlier plan where school reopens for everyone in 12-student pods?
Antonette Greene
40:53
Yes
Laura Foulke
40:55
Are there “pods” for the fully online model for middle school students?
Chris Teare
41:09
Laura: it has to do with the way an elementary school is licensed to run vs. a preschool. All preschools have been allowed to operate during the time of quarantine, and getting an elementary school to operate would depend on other factors
Laura Foulke
41:26
thanks Chris
Ryan
42:13
Can I view the slides for this presentation? A couple blew past beforeI could read everything.
Antonette Greene
42:30
Yes, they will be shared with the community after the meeting
Rico Tan
42:55
We are also recording this Town Hall
Kent Schoen
43:08
Is it possible to apply for.a waiver for grades 5-8 ?
Mike Kennedy
44:36
Agree, can we apply for waiver for all of K-8. Also, if SF is off the watchlist will we open in person
MaryAnn Patel
46:24
If we get an exception and SF goes back on the watchlist, we’d be forced online. Right?
Brian Zeiger
46:29
What is the rationale for getting a waiver if the state rules are there for safety? Didn’t some counties do that for reopening prior to the surge?
Hunter
46:51
If school reopens eventually in-person and then SF has, say, a one day blip on the watchlist, does school close again for 2 weeks?
Antonette Greene
47:34
I believe the waiver is based on our ability to comply to create smaller cohorts with additional physical spaces
Laura Foulke
48:26
So the middle school will be the last to open/hybrid model if at all? Is that accurate?
Raja
48:34
What is the protocol/process where the child is simply unable to be in-person because the child is at high risk
Ed Rhee
49:20
@Laura, it will depend on the waiver process and what we are able to apply for, but assuming that it is just for elementary schools, yes, the MS would be online
Charles Zedlewski
49:33
I'm still confused by: 1. Schools can only open if the county is off the state watchlist for 12 days combined with 2. School will be online only as of 8/26. Is it online-only PROVIDED the county is still on the watchlist? Or is the plan online-only regardless of whether the county is on the watch list or not?
mihran
49:36
anyone else concerned about the increase of homeless encampments right outside campus?
Antonette Greene
49:57
We have a designated teacher position and that person will facilitate online home learning for students who need to do OHL in our current context
Iris Escarramán
50:01
@mihran Yes. It was really bad today at pick up.
Gail Huddleson
50:03
I have a rising kinder student, and I’m wondering how large will the online learning group will be? I’m hoping that it will be small enough that she will be able to start to form connections with the teachers and other students.
Lily Brotherton
50:05
Are there options if we do not want just one child to attend (new preschooler) if sibling is unable to attend in person (1st grader)?
Laura Foulke
50:20
Thanks Ed
Ed Rhee
50:30
@Raja, we are working on facilitating this for any students/families in this situation from a tech and personnel perspective
Brian Zeiger
50:37
Antonette, do you mean one dedicated teacher to teach all grades online (when rest of kids in person)?
Antonette Greene
50:50
One of our priorities for kindergarten is to offer small group online experiences.
Paul Galvin
51:16
Hunter, if a school re-opens after the county comes of the watch list,, and then the county goes back on the watch list, schools would begin testing staff, or increase frequency of staff testing but are not required to close.
Antonette Greene
51:50
No, teachers will be connecting with children in their classes and delivering curriculum. There is additional support for parents and students in the form of this new position
Chris Teare
51:57
Brian: no. It will depend on how many students in each grade need support
Brian Zeiger
52:52
Thanks, chris
Raja
52:52
@ed Rhee, thanks for that. Please keep me posted on this as this is the most critical open issue I have. There are plenty of open questions on this - how to educate when not all students on in-class, participation in projects, group projects, tests, PE. etc..
Hunter
53:23
Will classroom assignments (Sequoia vs. Redwoods, Pod A vs. Pod B in each) different depending on whether we open online or in-person?
Raphael Sperry
53:35
Regarding travel, Thanksgiving and other holiday expectations will be times that need some extra attention around expectations.
Ed Rhee
54:26
@Raja, absolutely! This is why it is important for us to know which families might need this support. A lot of this is logistics, which is based on the numbers
Hope’s iPhone
54:36
as far as online, I would love to have more live instruction from teachers. not prerecorded.
Hunter
55:22
A lot of colleges are closing from Thanksgiving to New Year’s, as a means of limiting back and forth between holidays. Have you considered doing something like that, or switching to online-only for the weeks between Thanksgiving/Winter Break?
Laura Foulke
55:48
Yes, pre-recorded lessons had serious limitations…
MaryAnn Patel
55:52
(For young kids - 1st grade in our case). Our request is that teachers ask kids to write more on paper and taking pictures of it vs. digital only.
Raphael Sperry
56:22
@Hunter - interesting idea but I think you'd want to extend it 2 weeks past new years, no?
michaelgreer
56:27
Pre-recorded isn’t working, agreed.
Charles Zedlewski
56:33
@Antonette - apologies to ask again but what I don't get is: is school online-only on Aug 26 regardless of if the county is off the watchlist for 12 days? Or are these online plans only if the county is on the watchlist?
Brian Zeiger
56:51
The last plan that went out said the virtual “option” would be non-synchronous (while others in person). Is that still the vision?
Carolyn Frey
56:52
Hope - I agree with you - the pre recorded was very challenging. I know there is a lot of feedback coming through this chat, as naturally this is making us all anxious. You all may get there - but I think we need a Train the Trainer for parents to run successful at home learning, by grade. Sorry if you covered this already. The pre recorded experience was basically a phone in job for us.
Ben
56:56
REALLY appreciating this so far, great job everyone. Question: Why not be more prescriptive on expected behavior from families (e.g. limited travel except when necessary, maintaining limited contacts outside family, etc.)? I am thinking mainly about the safety and mental well-being of teachers here.
lauraricci
57:31
@Ben, my question too with concern for teacher safety, thank you.
Petra she/her
57:32
Train the Trainer - Parents as Teachers at home - GREAT idea :-)
Iris Escarramán
57:35
@Carolyn that's a great idea. Parent training!
Raja
57:45
@ed Rhee what are some of the time lines, milestones /dates when these will be finalized?
Jasmin Flores
58:01
Thank you @Ben
Eva Rijser
58:02
+1 to ben’s point re. expected behavior — I’d be happy to commit to that
Tiffani Brown
58:07
Love the idea of Parent training!
Thanos Diacakis
58:38
If we start online and then get a waiver, will we be ready to switch to in-person right away, or will the school need time to transition?
Gail Huddleson
58:42
Yes to expected behavior. We had to sign a document to attend the remainder of another preschool this summer.
Katie Hart
58:47
Thank you @Ben!
Lily Brotherton
58:48
If we are going to be online - are we looking at options for small in-person distanced pods being able to meet?
Tiffani Brown
58:48
(Also thanks to CDS staff for running such a ship-shape and responsive program—I have so appreciated these updates!)
Laura Foulke
58:48
Yes to parent training and support as at-home teachers
Ed Rhee
58:55
@Raja, this is still unclear. We’re working on all of these currently, but have not progressed far enough to know this yet
MaryAnn Patel
59:13
Ditto to what Tiffani said!
lauraricci
59:25
DITTO! <3 cds
Raja
59:32
In the interest for all kids who may be in-person, what about bathrooms and protocols for safety?
michaelgreer
59:45
Will teachers and administration be tested weekly? What is testing plan. Also, sorry we missed the beginning, are we starting virtual or hybrid?
SHM1
59:52
Just going back to Charles' question - is CDS definitely on-line whether or not SF is off watch list for 12 days prior to August 26?
Chris Teare
01:00:18
Raja: depending on the number of pods, it may be possible to restrict bathroom use to each pod. If not there would be consistent cleaning throughout the day and planned sharing between just certain pods
Danielle Lazier
01:00:21
what can we do to help with this?
Charles Zedlewski
01:00:22
@SHM1 - yes I'd still like to understand this, it's the central point for how we all make our plans
Cristina Azocar (she/her)
01:00:27
Many people do not have the privilege of limiting contact to only family members.
David Dobson Smith
01:00:35
Division Leads will be sharing a more fleshed out plan soon. One key pillar to all of the division plans is that live synchronous teaching is prioritized. Another development that we are creating is a parent playbook that will help set up systems and structures to support at home learning. This will be supplemented with ongoing parent training and developments
SHM1
01:00:55
Also in terms of parent training, this will be difficult for parents who are working 60 plus hours from home. We need more support from the school (and live not recorded).
Petra she/her
01:00:58
Thanks DDS & WELCOME :-)!
Antonette Greene
01:01:16
We can record parent training and document it in writing
David Dobson Smith
01:01:20
Thanks @Petra! Looking forward to working with you all!
Chris Teare
01:01:23
Cristina: absolutely. Any agreements we ask of the community would be about elective interactions/decisions
Carolyn Laub
01:01:25
That sounds great DDS. Welcome!
michaelgreer
01:01:38
What is the method we are using to decide if this COVID approach is working safely? How do we decide that it is not?
David Dobson Smith
01:01:46
Thank you @Carolyn - so much exciting to share that will be division specific
Raja
01:01:51
Also, tagging along with @Michalgreer, I missed the initial part of the call. What is the plan to start? August 26 and 2 weeks on-line for sure ?
Anna Sopko (she/her)
01:02:08
Thank you so much for this focus on equity, both in the school community and in the neighborhood.
Paul Galvin
01:02:14
Faculty and staff will all be tested for C-19 just prior to the beginning of the school year, and then are required by the state to re-test once every 2 months.
nomitalisman
01:02:38
Thank you for your amazing attention
Jillian Gregg
01:02:43
can you clarify the timeline? We are over 30 days from start of school - presumably the waiver process is intended to get people into school, so what is your timeline for getting this done and communicated.
Vierka Goldman
01:02:52
Is all preschool in person or just for essential workers and what will the hours be?
Danielle Lazier
01:03:13
I think all PS in person. right?
Charles Zedlewski
01:03:23
@Danielle - yes that seems for sure
Charles Zedlewski
01:03:29
from earlier in the preso
Antonette Greene
01:04:22
We are working to offer preschool in person to all families. We are moving into SJH to have smaller pods, and so we are working with licensing to ope alll pods on the first day of school
Iris Escarramán
01:04:32
Camp is heaven-sent!
Antonette Greene
01:04:32
open
michaelgreer
01:04:54
What has changed from the virtual crisis learning, into this new virtual learning built over the summer? Im not quite clear, sorry.
michaelgreer
01:05:52
(For MS)
Brian Zeiger
01:06:05
Could we redo that survey now that people have heard how the faculty and staff feel? That was not shared prior to the question being asked last time. :)
michaelgreer
01:07:31
4th outcome: we are in virtual learning all year. What steps is CDS taking to create a strong virtual program?
Laura Foulke
01:07:36
Given the successful operation of the CDS camp would give us confidence in offering a hybrid model like that one shared in May…
Toni Presta
01:07:50
Clarification: When we finally DO go back to in-person learning, the plan is to open to all kids daily, rather than A week and B week?
Jasmin Flores
01:07:53
@Brian Thank you
Ed Rhee
01:07:59
@michaelgreer, we have been working on this, but are not ready to present it yet. There has been a lot of learning since the spring. Perhaps the most significant is the scheduling changes that we are working to complete
Thanos Diacakis
01:08:32
If we start online and then get a waiver, will we be ready to switch to in-person right away, or will the school need time to transition?
lauraricci
01:08:51
Is it possible to get support for at-home learning without necessarily participating in distance learning via iPad? Our child had a really really hard time interacting with the pad at all but is eager to read write etc
Ed Rhee
01:09:02
@Toni, yes, we do have a plan to bring all students in if SF is able to do so
David Speyer
01:09:09
What will the preschool hours be?
Toni Presta
01:09:18
Thanks, Ed!
Vierka Goldman
01:09:20
i have the same question about preschool
Ed Rhee
01:10:03
@Thanos, we are working to make transitions as seamless as possible
Brian Zeiger
01:10:18
That’s great. Please mention teacher/staff feelings in survey if you can just for those who couldn’t attend this. :)
Carolyn Robertson/Liko Soules-Ono
01:10:29
Is the plan to still have CDS devices for all kiddos K-8? Can you talk about distribution plan for start of school?
Ashley Felson
01:10:29
is the school still planning on providing ipads to all students?
Chris Teare
01:10:30
If any one is interested in a refund for annual aftercare, please email our accountant, Tim Hathaway, at timh@cds-sf.org
nomitalisman
01:10:52
Any thoughts regarding learning differences and how that is being supported - understanding there’s no OSFA
David Dobson Smith
01:10:52
@Ashley - yes that is correct
Ed Rhee
01:11:38
The schedule for tech distribution is still coming.
heather odonnell
01:11:42
Can you re-state the conditions under which MS would offer in-person learning, even hybrid?
Charles Zedlewski
01:11:58
@Team CDS, thank you for staying so informed on all of this and on top of all the different routes and configurations.
Brian Zeiger
01:11:58
Thank you to all the staff and faculty for working on these ever-changing scenarios. Your constant work to evolve with the circumstances is much appreciated!
Rico Tan
01:12:13
@Carolyn&Liko - Tech are working hard in deploying devices for next year. We (tech) will send more communication by early August.
DeeDee Schroeder
01:12:23
seconding Brian’s thanks!
Ed Rhee
01:12:45
@heather, if we do not fall under the waiver, we would need the city/county to approve in-person school for everyone
Jordan Klineman
01:13:04
Would the virtual online learning class sizes also be smaller cohorts (12-15) vs typical larger class sizes?
Rachel Masters
01:13:13
Thank you so much for all of the different scenario planning. So much work & we are lucky to have these plans.
Laura Foulke
01:13:45
Thank you for all of your work on this.
michaelgreer
01:13:59
We are also doing virtual only and like raja, looking forward to the virtual plan.
Mary Ray
01:14:08
Yes thank you for all this work during this fluid and unclear time horizon for us all.
Petra she/her
01:14:34
You are not alone Raja :-)
K Nitze
01:14:36
Shelly, Ed, DDS, faculty, staff - what do you need from the parent community right now? Other than patience and survey feedback :)
diane slap
01:14:45
We are also in this category…..thanks for the question, Raja.
Raja
01:14:48
Thanks @petra
Toni Presta
01:14:51
Great question, Kate!
Meghna
01:14:53
Can we get some information for parents to help kids who are struggling emotionally/psychologically with being isolated from friends/being away from school/teahers?
Lucy
01:14:54
+ K Nitze question!
lauraricci
01:15:25
Yes, Raja, ditto, and ditto Meghna too.
Antonette Greene
01:15:47
Meghna, yes. We are working with our school counselors on regular offerings for parent support
Meghna
01:16:07
Thanks, Antonette!
Brian Zeiger
01:16:11
Whether we take the virtual option or not, we care very much that it be an equal option — best for the kids, best to keep all feeling part of the community no matter what this year brings.
Greg & Karen
01:16:16
Is it correct that CDS is planning to provide every student with an iPad?
Memphis
01:16:37
thank you for asking this Raja. We are in the same boat. High risk family.
Greg & Karen
01:16:41
If we already have one, it is preferred to use the CDS one?
Thanos Diacakis
01:17:25
Are we planning another town hall once we have the waiver info, or other significant update?
Ana Validzic
01:17:32
We would love to help as a new family! Any ways we can help, please let us know!
Carolyn Laub
01:17:33
There is a parent support group (parents with kids in ECP) meeting over the summer, led by Cathy Greene. Email cathyg@cds-sf.org to get connected.
Antonette Greene
01:17:43
I pads will be shared with families on an as needed basis. I don’t think we possess 1:1 capability at this point, but have been able to provide as many devices as were needed
Toni Presta
01:17:53
It's incredibly hard to switch learning from Distance to In Person and then back again. I assume that kids will be home for the whole first semester.
Ed Rhee
01:17:56
@Greg&Karen, The CDS one will have the apps already loaded on it, it might be easier, but you will have access to any accounts and passwords
Lily Brotherton
01:17:57
Similar to what Meghna said, my 1st grader is really struggling with isolation. What he needs is to have some social interaction— really hoping the school will facilitate making something work with safe small in-person social pods “playgroups” and/or “study groups” even if school itself cannot open in-person.
Hunter
01:18:08
Asked this before but don’t think it got answered. Have you considered extending thanksgiving break to NYE (either shut down completely or switching to online in the interim)?
Toni Presta
01:18:12
Thank you Shelley, Ed, and all of the CDS staff. This is crazy hard.
Raja
01:18:22
@ed Rhee, also I have some comments on virtual learning, based on last year. Will send you a note later..
Iris Escarramán
01:18:29
@Chris Thanks for Tim's email
Gail Huddleson
01:18:37
Yes, I agree with Lily Brotherton!
David Dobson Smith
01:18:38
@Lily - this is a huge priority in our planning and discussions - more to come on this!
MaryAnn Patel
01:18:55
Thanks DDS! Happy to hear that
Meghna
01:19:16
Agree with Lily - thanks DDS for helping prioritize.
Devon West
01:19:21
I may have missed this, but when will the kids know who their teacher will be?
Chris Teare
01:19:22
Iris: thanks for sending us Mina!
Rico Tan
01:19:30
@Greg - CDS will provide devices (iPads) for grade 1 to 6, (macbooks) for grade 7 and 8. We are working in deploying it and will have more news hopefully by early August
Petra she/her
01:19:39
Portland, Chicago, Albuquerque — pay attention to what’s happening & do whatever you can…
brucefrey
01:19:48
We appreciate the fluidity of this situation and your continued adjustment to that. Thanks CDS team.
Rico Tan
01:19:51
And for ECP we have loaner iPads as well for family to request to borrow
Matthew Ahrens
01:20:02
Agree with Lily! Our Kindergartener needs in-person interactions for social-emotional learning.
David Speyer
01:20:28
Thank You CDS Team for the information and concern for our families, it is greatly appreciated
lauraricci
01:20:36
If we (incoming second grade) have further questions about distance participation to whom do we direct them? Should they go to David?
Gail Huddleson
01:20:41
Yes, Matthew, our Kindergartener needs in person interactions, as well!
Alyce Ide
01:21:03
@ Greg & Karen, we will have iPads assigned to every child from 1st trough 6th grade and 7th and 8th Graders will have an assigned laptop. We will have additional devices as needed/requested for Pre-K thru K.
David Dobson Smith
01:21:04
100% Matthew - we are looking at ways @lauraricci - yes please! My email is dds@cds-sf.org
Elliot Weil
01:21:04
For LS, will you hold classes in the yard?
David Dobson Smith
01:21:24
@Elliot - this is a HUGE priority for our division
lauraricci
01:21:37
Thank you David! Glad to have you in the fold. :)
Jeffrey Tanhueco
01:21:40
TY all <3 GTG
Brian Kreischer
01:21:41
Thank you for all the amazing diligence and planning! We're very grateful for your leadership (all of you)!
David Dobson Smith
01:21:54
More information to come early next week and then there will be multiple ops to engage with me over the coming weeks - coffee, chat, Q&A etc
David Dobson Smith
01:22:11
LS specifically
Laura Foulke
01:22:32
Have you had any changes in cases during camp?
Petra she/her
01:22:32
Thanks to CDS & Cathy Greene for providing the parenting through the pandemic group for ECP parents… It is on Tuesdays @ 8:30pm and is open if folks want to join…
Rachel Masters
01:22:48
will guidance be give about outdoor rev
Laura Foulke
01:23:01
Thank you very much!
Rachel Masters
01:23:06
Guidance on outdoor recreation
Rachel Masters
01:23:11
teams
nomitalisman
01:23:13
Learning differences - how is that being addressed?
Cameron Ellis
01:23:42
re.: Thanksgiving travel, the kids need as much in class time as they can get, if it’s safe, so I would advocate that everyone commit to not travel for Thanksgiving.
Rachel Masters
01:23:44
team sports
Rachel Masters
01:24:04
Can the kids play outdoor team sports?
David Speyer
01:24:28
Agree, limited or NO travel during the holidays if things are as they are now would like be nest
Robert Lord
01:25:45
Wouldn’t it be the least social-emotional stress and academically disruptive if we broke the year into quarters, start the first quarter online and decide 30 days before Q2 whether to proceed IRL v OHL? Consistency seems the one thing entirely within scope to create for community: kids, parents, staff.
Iris Escarramán
01:25:46
For MS, are we continuing to do non-grades (pass/no pass) this next semester?
Mike Kennedy
01:25:50
Agree on Thanksgiving to NY. Colleges are considering closing because kids fly home for Thanksgiving. We all live in SF. So lets all just commit to not traveling for the holiday
Lorna Tanner & Chris Bunga
01:26:02
Time line for revealing Pods?
Ed Rhee
01:26:21
@Iris, we are planning on having grades as we normally do
Marjorie Scott
01:26:31
^
Willie
01:26:42
a big thank you to all CDS for all the logistics and critical thinking going into this process....truly amazing feeling to see the level of thought and care you are all giving as we look to returning for Fall 2020.
Willie
01:28:04
Is there an opportunity to create a space where parents can communicate and share - vs emails, ParentSquare...something along the lines of a CDS Slack workspace?
Brian Zeiger
01:28:05
Will virtual kids be in a pod in their grade? This would also be great to know when answering survey questions (as it gets at social emotional).
Hunter
01:28:18
Yes, thank you to all of you guys.
Jose Rivera
01:28:21
Very thankful for all of you guys leadership
Lucy
01:28:22
thank you!
Robert Lord
01:28:27
Much appreciated
MaryAnn Patel
01:28:30
<3
Yatin
01:28:30
Indeed, thank you everyone!!!
RAJNI
01:28:31
thank you!
Clara Jeffery
01:28:31
Thank you. Such hard decision making.
lauraricci
01:28:32
Can’t say it enough.
Meghna
01:28:32
Thank you!
Mel Hsu
01:28:33
Yes! Thank you! This is a wonderful community.
Cheryl & Laura
01:28:34
thank you so much
Jenn Romney
01:28:37
So so grateful!
Radha Kindler
01:28:40
Good one, Eva!
Gary Warnes
01:28:41
Thank you for all the help and support.
julie.levin
01:28:42
So so so many thanks!
Kim
01:28:45
Yes, thank you for all of your amazing work!
michaelgreer
01:28:46
Thank you, this is all new and hard and scary
Laura Foulke
01:28:48
We love you! We will all get through this together somehow.
Paul F
01:28:49
thank you!!
Ashley Felson
01:28:49
thank you!
Shreyas Sadalgi
01:28:51
H U G E Thank You Shelly and team - we know how hard this is to pull all this off and deal with us - so really APPRECIATE it!
Jennifer Schultz
01:28:54
Thank you so much. Very grateful to be joining the CDS community.
Mike Kennedy
01:28:55
Thank you for all the hard work and planning
Lorna Tanner & Chris Bunga
01:28:56
Thank you all, we truly miss you all!!!
Abigail Ramsden
01:28:57
Shelly and team - we are in your good hands!
jan
01:28:59
Really impressed with all of you and how much thinking and planning you are putting into this. We appreciate you al so much!
Ben Klau
01:29:00
Thanks!
Raja
01:29:00
Thanks all..
Robin Ostenfeld-Adams
01:29:01
Wondering if families that are high-risk would like to form a support group? Feel like it could be powerful to form, access risk together, and support learning at home. Reach out if you are interested.
Christina Varner
01:29:06
Thank you all so much. I am more confused now than before I watched this but… you clearly have put so much work in. You all are amazing.
Luis Mamayson
01:29:09
so grateful 🙏🏽
Gail Huddleson
01:29:17
We’re so excited to be joining this community!! And, we are excited for the time when our daughter can join the school in person. Thank you!!
Raja
01:29:24
Looking forward for the plan for partial class to be on-line
Kate Nitze
01:29:26
Thank you and take good care, everyone!
Raja
01:29:27
Good luck all!
Ben Klau
01:29:31
welcome Gail
Mylene Mercado
01:29:34
Thank you all so much for keeping us in the loop and connected
Matthew Lang
01:29:37
Thank you!
Petra she/her
01:29:38
WELCOME TO THE NEW FAMILIES!
Toni Presta
01:29:41
Thanks, Shelley!
Gail Huddleson
01:29:50
Thanks, Petra!!
Willie
01:29:56
agreed...welcome new families!
Gail Huddleson
01:30:06
Thanks Willie!!
Nimisha
01:30:07
Thank you so much.
Carolyn Laub
01:30:15
Thank you all! Welcome new families!
Mylene Mercado
01:30:16
Welcome to all the new families.
Alyce Ide
01:30:18
Welcome!
Cheryl & Laura
01:30:23
thank you Petra
Vierka Goldman
01:30:24
Thanks Petra, it’s definitely a strange time to start a new school!
Jenn Romney
01:30:24
thank you Petra!
Christina Varner
01:30:25
Thank you, Petra! Welcome, new families!
Mylene Mercado
01:30:29
Thanks Petra.
Erin Dayton-Jones
01:30:31
Welcome new families!
Chris Baum
01:30:44
Thanks, All. appreciate the open and nimble approach!
Daven Gee
01:30:46
We can do it!
Rachel Masters
01:30:48
Welcome new families!! 🎉❤️
Ed Rhee
01:30:48
Well said, Petra! Thanks
Anthony Witte (he, him)
01:30:54
Welcome new families! Stay safe everyone - the safer you are, the safer we all are!
Petra she/her
01:30:56
I HAVE TO TAKE OFF FOR CLASS!
Laurel
01:30:59
Thank you!
Rico Tan
01:30:59
Thank you Petra!!
Willie
01:31:02
si se puede!