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All Division Town Hall - Shared screen with speaker view
Ryan & Londa & Mia & Cayden
39:42
anxious
Erica Murray
39:45
ambivalent
Bryan
39:48
nervous
Meghna Subramanian
39:51
eager
Ana Frias-Bravo
39:52
Nervous
Carolyn Laub
39:53
anxious
Amy DiBenedetto (she/her)
39:55
anxious
Calli Sharma
39:57
uncertain
Nicole Halpern
39:57
curious
Todd Wandell
39:59
stressed
Alden’s iPad
39:59
concerned
Allison S
39:59
meh
Danielle Ramo (she/her)
39:59
Anxious, stressed, overwhelmed
Greg Vena & Karen Schwindt
40:00
Hopeful
Cortney Todd
40:00
concerned
David ibnAle
40:00
Frazzled.
Thomma
40:00
Excited
Dovid Coplon
40:01
eager
Nikki Ryan
40:01
anxious
michaellevin
40:02
uncertain
Pam Zeiger
40:02
anxious
Sunnylyn Thibodeaux
40:02
anxious
Karl Kronenberger
40:02
ready-to-go!
Kristina Shih
40:02
tired
Lisa Koshkarian
40:03
cautious
Iris Escarramán
40:03
stressed
Brad and Alka
40:03
anxious
Anna Landau
40:04
hopeful
MaryAnn Patel
40:04
Excited and nervous
Cameron Ellis
40:04
anxious
Christina Varner
40:05
upset
Bobbie Johnson
40:05
confused!
Kari Friedman
40:06
excited!!
Petra :-) she/her
40:07
all of the above
sara s
40:07
overwhelmed
Angie Jolie
40:08
eager!
Jessica Haber
40:08
excited (we’re new to CDS!)
Emilie Munroe
40:08
thankful
Maia
40:09
Grateful!
Greg Vena & Karen Schwindt
40:09
Optimistic
Wendy Hartogensis
40:10
worried
Jess W (she/her)
40:13
Curious
Liko Soules-Ono
40:13
anxious
Aaron Michael AMF
40:14
worries
Lynn Chamorro
40:15
anxious
Thanos Diacakis
40:16
stressed
Leah G Newkirk
40:18
uncertain
Lindsay Woollerson
40:19
excited
Gail Huddleson
40:20
yes, all of the above
Pam Perez
40:23
nervous
mas
40:27
Flexible
Abigail Ramsden
40:28
startled and scared
Register
40:38
sad
Kim
40:40
dismayed
Angelique
40:43
concerned
Beth Saiki
40:43
Overwhelmed. Worried.
Dan Mosedale
40:47
good
Iris Escarramán
40:49
a little sad
Laura
40:53
Hopeful that online learning will be better than last spring, which was incredibly hard
Erin Rooney
40:54
hopeful
Nicolas King
42:17
grateful
Raphael Sperry
42:36
optimistic
Daven Gee
44:31
Thank you for naming all THAT!
Ofer Elitzur
45:54
Skeptical
Cameron Ellis
56:08
I’m so confused and don’t understand why we haven’t been updated since the waiver was released by the state.
Yatin
56:16
Is Kindergarten considered part of Lower School or part of ECP?
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
57:18
Cameron, the waiver process has not been created or updated by the County/City of SF.
susanavalle
57:19
@yatin I believe K is lower school.
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
57:35
Yatin, K is in the ECP, but is not able to open yet.
Yatin
57:58
thanks
Nomi Talisman
58:28
Great to hear that Ed
Jillian Gregg
58:39
will we be getting at least 2 hours of live teaching like the public schools have committed to?
Blake Felson
01:00:45
will any of the parent tech tips/trainings be sent out before school begins so we can be prepared?
Rico Tan
01:01:25
@Blake - Yes. We will send the tips/training to parents hopefully by the end of the week.
Yatin
01:01:30
when will we find out about pod assignments and day-to-day class schedules? the sooner we can get a sense of that, the easier it'll make it for us to plan our work schedules around getting the kids set up for their learning everyday
Laura
01:01:43
will we be having parent-teacher meetings before the school year begins? like we normally do?
Andrei Ferrera
01:01:55
Yatin, the cohort lists are going out tomorrow, before 12 noon
Henry Ring
01:02:59
Has there been any clarification as to whether Kindergarten definitely falls within the “elementary school” category of schools that are prohibited from opening right now? Any update on the waiver?
Laura
01:03:21
Will there be class “pods” for middle school students?
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:03:38
Laura, yes, schedules will be out soon.
Marisa Flower
01:04:04
kindergarten definitely falls within elementary school category unfortunately
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:04:08
Laura - yes, cohorts will be out for MS as well.
Iris Escarramán
01:04:19
Sorry if this is a dumb question, but what are pods for if we are coming back online?
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:04:39
Henry - yes, due to our license K is considered elementary, but we are exploring if there is any flexibility.
MaryAnn Patel
01:05:07
Will we be doing cross grade buddies?
MaryAnn Patel
01:05:13
(remotely)
Kelly Mcginnis
01:05:21
Similar to Iris’s question, are we still considering having the pods meet in person for supplemental programs? And if not, what will they be used for?
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:05:29
MaryAnn - yes if possible. We are working on how.
MaryAnn Patel
01:06:07
Are we considering saying we will defn be online until X date like some other private schools?
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:06:12
Think of Pods as what we call classes or cohorts. They will be tied to a teacher or advisor before we start school.
Greg Vena & Karen Schwindt
01:06:16
How is the waiver process looking?
MaryAnn Patel
01:06:30
@greg - answer is above - Lame - the waiver process has not been created or updated by the County/City of SF.
MaryAnn Patel
01:07:02
Sorry didn’t mean to say the answer above was lame … copy paste error
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:07:15
Kelly, right now we are not permitted to do this, but we are hoping for some updated guidance.
MaryAnn Patel
01:08:36
Happy to see the adult connection process for kids 🥰
Todd Wandell
01:09:08
Are there best practices for Kinder kids to get social interaction they need at this age?
Wendy Hartogensis
01:10:12
will MS students have any 1:1 meetings with teachers or advisors (as the smallest kids will have)?
Greg Vena & Karen Schwindt
01:10:12
So we are in limbo on the waiver because of a knowledge gap between State and City?
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:10:26
Todd, we are hoping that this weighs into the guidance we are getting from DPH.
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:11:00
Greg/Karen - part of the challenge is that we have one public school district and that makes the waivers highly political.
susanavalle
01:11:11
Will be looking for support to help my son be more present in his Zoom classes..that was a challenge during the initial lock down. :(
Bobbie Johnson
01:11:25
I am not even that sure what the first day of school is—it’s buried in a lot of other communication I think. August 26?
Brad and Alka
01:11:38
hi - just wanted to confirm that all plans are approved by DPH for preschool in person? and can you remind us what protocol is if a student gets covid and then if a parent (but not student) gets covid?
Andrei Ferrera
01:11:50
Bobbie: yes, Wed., Aug 26
Bobbie Johnson
01:12:13
thx
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:12:19
Brad and Alka - yes, childcare is able to open.
susanavalle
01:12:30
Confirm 1st day for Preschool is Aug 26?
Marisa Flower
01:12:32
the mayor’s office said that they will be issuing waiver guidelines this friday
Raja
01:12:53
I am concerned about starting in-person classes too soon.. Take a look at what’s happening in Georgia… If there are lessons to be learnt, its opening too soon. Is there thought of breaking up in Trimesters and plan per trimester with the first trimester to be only on-line?
Greg Vena & Karen Schwindt
01:12:56
@Marisa. That’s great
Brad and Alka
01:12:56
thanks @shelly!
Andrei Ferrera
01:13:03
Susana: yes, Aug 26 for PS too
Laura
01:13:03
are all the middle school classes live/synchronous?
Yatin
01:13:32
for the Kindergarten cohorts, when will we find out the daily class schedules – timings for zoom sessions, independent learning time, etc. We are trying to plan out our work schedules, and are dependent on finding out how much time we will need to set aside daily to help with getting the kids through their classwork.
Marisa Flower
01:13:32
yes! but no word on whether they will be condidering waivers right away
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:13:34
Protocol for any positive case is tied to DPH engagement. Likely quarantine for the cohort and suggested testing,
Laura
01:13:43
How will the daily online schedule be the same/different from live school school?
Gail Huddleson
01:14:15
I second Yatin’s question.
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:14:27
Raja - we are weighing those details as well. The Georgia scenario did not appear to have the level of protocol for safety we have in place.
Laura
01:14:30
Oops typo…ave “school schedule” not “school school”
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:15:22
Marisa - I believe updated guidance may be coming, but not necessarily a process.
Brad and Alka
01:15:54
synchronous small group is an awesome idea. Thank you!
Wendy Hartogensis
01:15:55
Georgia also has a higher rate if infection in the community, so it’s not the best comparison (though I agree it is a scary experience to consider)
Priyam
01:16:06
Will MS students get any 1:1 time with their advisor/ teachers?
Raja
01:16:17
@shelly Thank.. I understand it, but unfortunately I feel that we need to start from the safest scenario to start with
Max Wallace
01:16:28
will you be providing materials for us to pick up or a list of materials to get to make sure we have what we need and what others in our grade have?
Marisa Flower
01:17:17
Aah, ok. thanks for the clarification. the word used was guidelines so that makes sense.
Priyam
01:17:33
also what is the planned size of MS cohorts/ pods?
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:17:45
Cohorts are all about 12=15
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:17:49
12-15
Bobbie Johnson
01:17:57
Plus one on Max’s question - as a new family with a child joining an established community in 3rd grade, we’re keen to make sure we can provide him with as much as we can to feel prepared, even if it’s just looking in advance at materials and buying pencils!
Jillian Gregg
01:18:29
Will teachers maybe do a 20 minute 1:1 with the student before school starts so they can meet individually?
Raja
01:18:40
Sorry, I joined a bit late, I believe MS is on-line only to begin with right? I was told at least 6 weeks right?
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:20:06
Raja - MS will start online and likely online learning will last until mid-October.
Laura
01:20:10
Jillian’s question above…will there be personalized/individual meetings w/ classroom teachers (or advisors for middle school) before school starts online?
Mike Greer
01:20:11
Oh, are the “synchronous learning” experiences not live?
Ryan & Londa & Mia & Cayden
01:20:48
i'm curious to see what an example schedule would look like for a day, with the 5-7 synchronous experiences.
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:21:04
synchronous learning is live
Aaron Michael AMF
01:21:06
when will we get the schedule of the day so parents can plan ahead with their jobs?
Abigail Ramsden
01:21:23
+1 AMF
susanavalle
01:21:43
++1 AMF
David Dobson Smith
01:21:55
Schedules will be shared after work week - apologies if this feels too late, but we want to make sure we get it right and appropriate - and we need the educators for this.
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:21:56
Schedules are coming as quickly as possible. Teachers are back on Monday and we need them to participate.
Thanos Diacakis
01:22:34
Cyndi: Do we know if kids can sustain the length of the synchronous online learning on a day-to-day basis?
Abigail Ramsden
01:23:14
In the spring we were able to get a learning program done between 8:30 - 12 and that was already a stretch for working parents. The idea that someone needs to be supervising learning until 3 is very scary. This is re a 2nd grader
Yatin
01:23:27
is there a date by when we can expect the schedules? understand that it needs the teachers involved, just want to know an ETA so I can let my team know when I expect to have clarity
David Dobson Smith
01:23:30
@Cyndi - this will be really intentional and build over the first 7 weeks. More to share at Division level. Making sure things are developmentally appropriate is a key consideration
Laura
01:24:01
what type of enrichments?
Nikki Ryan
01:24:35
curious about the virtual transition to new grades/teachers etc
David Dobson Smith
01:24:47
@Laura - More to come on enrichments - we are surveying non student facing staff to first see what could be made available
David Dobson Smith
01:24:57
And unsure of the time line in complete transparencyt
Ryan & Londa & Mia & Cayden
01:25:59
maybe I missed it, is there any guess as to when the lower school will resume live classes?
Anthony Witte (he, him)
01:26:54
Adding to what Lindsay mentioned: we have an antiracist task force working on strategies we can use to examine and refine what we do. Involving students in the process will be a core component of the work. Please stay tuned…
carolinekohout
01:27:13
+1 Abigail re: length of structured day.
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:27:22
Ryan/Londa - we do not have a timeline at this point. City numbers are looking better so being removed from the watchlist might be a quicker pathway than the waiver.
Ryan & Londa & Mia & Cayden
01:27:52
thanks, shelly!
Mike Greer
01:28:01
So is our intent still to go hybrid/live as soon as it is legal, for middle school as well? Or do we have more strict criteria of our own?
Pam Zeiger
01:28:41
Second Mike Greer’s question. I don’t think we ever heard the results of the last survey, which asked the community to rank four approaches?
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:28:58
Mike - we are planning to do our own assessment and return pathway. Likely there will be a staggered approach of some sort.
Laura
01:29:05
Mike and Pam’s question!
Pam Zeiger
01:29:17
Thank you! That answers it for me. :)
Lorna & Chris Bunga
01:31:34
Cohort assignments?
Laura
01:31:34
What does project-based learning look like online?
Raja
01:31:41
Along the lines of Pam/Mike, is there a plan for data gathered from the survey especially the rank choices to be made public?
Laura
01:32:13
I am not familiar w/ the rubric/grading for equity. I’d love to hear/learn more about this. Is it new or does it exist?
Kari Friedman
01:32:20
Is there a date when will we have a clear list of all virtual platforms our kids will need to be using for MS?
Andrei Ferrera
01:32:23
Chris and Lorna: Cohort assignments will be sent out tomorrow
Lorna & Chris Bunga
01:32:35
Thx Andrei!
Kristina Shih
01:32:38
Thank you for being so thoughtful about continuing to integrate responsive inquiry/learning into the curriculum this year. This is why we joined the CDS community! :)
Mike Greer
01:32:56
Thank you for your answer! Can you share the criteria we will be using? I’m concerned, as a rush to open elsewhere in the country has turned catastrophic. Im sure we are more conservative than those spots, but I would love to hear them.
Gail Huddleson
01:33:54
Am I understanding correctly that we will know our child’s cohort assignment tomorrow or the next day. And then we will know what an online school day for a kinder student will look like by 8/21? We are a new family, and am unclear of how many hours of the day my child will be in online school.
Ana Validzic and Peter Sutherland
01:34:09
Thank you for thinking this through carefully during these unprecedented times
Brad and Alka
01:34:48
Ditto. You guys have all done such a thoughtful and thorough job. Appreciate all the different iterations and willingness to course correct
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:35:23
Gail - yes.
Andrei Ferrera
01:35:25
Gail: yes, cohort lists will be shared tomorrow and schedules as soon as we can
Bobbie Johnson
01:35:27
hey can we possibly get a speaker view rather than the Q&A slide? Faces are great!
Gail Huddleson
01:35:42
Thanks Shelly Luke Wille!
Raja
01:35:53
The Cohort list - is it for the whole school?
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:36:03
Mike - it is more like a process of weighing lots of information and the moving at a pace that allows for health and safety to be prioritized.
Sunny Moon
01:36:53
dumb question: not sure who our K teacher would be..have we missed something or is it to be determined?
Sun-Hee
01:36:56
@Bobby, just drag the line in the middle to make the slide smaller, speaker bigger
MaryAnn Patel
01:36:57
Will those packs be available digitally?
MaryAnn Patel
01:37:04
Or mailed to us if we are not in SF?
Pam Zeiger
01:37:10
Re helping kids facilitate their learning — just spitballing here, but is there a way more available parents of classmates or upper-grade buddies could help with any of this? We are not in a younger grade but as a SAHP I’d be happy to do this kind of thing if schedules sync. Maybe something liaisons could facilitate?
Nikki Ryan
01:37:12
+1 MAryAnn’s question
Iris Escarramán
01:37:42
There was down time?
MaryAnn Patel
01:37:42
@sunny - mailing with that info is coming tomorrow in your email (per answer above)
Sunny Moon
01:38:13
thank you MaryAnn!!
David Dobson Smith
01:38:20
@Pam - I LOVE that idea!
Nicolas King
01:39:09
Do you think there will be ways for them to make new friends in this virtual format?
Bobbie Johnson
01:39:13
@Sun-hee thank you! was in the wrong viewing mode
David Dobson Smith
01:39:21
@Mary Ann - There will be a mix of packs - materials that they will need to manipulate to complete work, and then support materials shared online
Shelly Luke Wille (She, Her, Hers)
01:39:40
Nicholas - I do think so - kids seem to see friendship as able to bridge the digital experience.
MaryAnn Patel
01:40:01
Thanks DDS
Pam Zeiger
01:40:08
@DDS — much like in the old days classmate families would reach out to each other for carpools to extracurriculars etc. :)
David Dobson Smith
01:40:54
@Pam - YES!!!! I am appreciative of the suggestion - keep em coming!! Also, for families that are out of town, we will get the materials to you. Please reach out to me if this includes your family and we will make it work!
David Dobson Smith
01:41:26
Whoops - the second part of my answer was in response to Mary Ann!
Laura
01:41:29
Thanks Antonette! Sounds like camp has been super positive. I hope it will give everyone confidence in what is possible for in person school...
susanavalle
01:41:47
Camp was fantastic…thank you SOOO MUCH!
MaryAnn Patel
01:42:20
I love that as an volunteering idea @pam Same question DDS - how might be support our teachers to help them scale? Would love to see volunteering opportunities there so they can focus on all the 50 things they have to juggle.
Christina Varner
01:42:38
no shocker
slaker
01:42:39
Re: materials sent. Is there an organized place to update any temporary addresses for any home mailings?
Carolyn Laub
01:42:40
Camp was JOY! Thank you to all of the staff and teachers that made it happen. It has given us a lot of confidence about the school year.
Kristina Shih
01:42:47
Our son loved camp, thank you so much for offering it despite the obvious difficulties!
Laura
01:42:52
Will there be ANY in-person anything this fall? Just trying to get a clear picture of what to expect.
David Dobson Smith
01:43:03
I would love to chat more about what we can do - I REALLY REALLY appreciate you thinking about this - it is TOP of mind for us too!!
Iris Escarramán
01:43:16
Yes, camp was awesome! I'm so glad Mina got to have a few weeks of friendships, in person connections and fun.
David Dobson Smith
01:43:37
@Laura - as soon as we can yes. We are building the process and system now so AS SOON as it can happen, there is no delay
susanavalle
01:43:37
Erik misses Katie and Erin. :)
Marisa Flower
01:44:41
thanks for the update, shelly!
Pam Zeiger
01:44:42
I continue to be amazed at the staff/faculty’s ability to roll with each of these developments from the city/state etc. You all amaze me.
carolinekohout
01:45:02
+1 Pam’s kudos
MaryAnn Patel
01:45:06
+1
Lindsay Woollerson
01:45:18
+1 Pam’s comment
iPhone
01:46:06
it would be helpful to know the 3 training days so we can ask off from work.
Yatin
01:46:08
Is there any way to get even a preliminary schedule sooner than that?
Yatin
01:46:27
even knowing the approximate number of hours etc. will help us with planning
Allison S
01:46:29
when will we learn about classroom pods?
Laura
01:46:35
Thanks to all the administrators who stayed home and kept working through the summer, navigating all of this. Not easy! We appreciate you!
Gail Huddleson
01:46:57
Yes, Thank you so much!!
Andrei Ferrera
01:47:05
Allison: cohort lists go out tomorrow
Raja
01:47:26
For MS kids, I would like to know what is the plan to include parents more involved in the kids learning process.
Kari Friedman
01:47:27
Thank you, Ed. That was helpful about the google docs.
Toni Presta
01:47:33
Thank you so much for all of your hard work and thoughtfulness. You are appreciated!
Mike Greer
01:47:37
Thanks Ed!! Exactly what we need (google doc). One request, can we get them in advance the week before so we can schedule with our work week?
Allison S
01:47:57
will we be using SeeSaw again?
David Dobson Smith
01:48:18
SeeSaw is being used in the Lower School
Raja
01:48:19
This is especially crucial based on lessons learn from last year - we would like the schedule to be designed to have parents involved more. We are after all playing the role of teachers at home..
Antonette Greene
01:48:38
ECP will use Seesaw too
Petra :-) she/her
01:48:57
want to welcome the NEW FAMILIES!!!
Petra :-) she/her
01:49:08
New Family Zooms this weekend!
Iris Escarramán
01:49:14
Are there any changes to the technologies being used? Same, seesaw, zoom and google classroom for MS? Any changes in the way zoom is being used? I heard there have been improvements made to help keep kids engaged.
Todd Wandell
01:49:24
How are we supporting our teachers who might have the same home school scheduling conflicts with their kids?
Gail Huddleson
01:49:32
Thanks, Petra!! We will be away this weekend, but hope to make it back in time for Sunday night!
Abigail Ramsden
01:49:34
suggestion for consideration - please use consistent zoom links for every classroom activity, and omit the passwords or make them always the same. it was a struggle to follow the changing specifics on zoom-based connecting
David Dobson Smith
01:49:43
@Raja - completely understand and the extensive feedback received last year has all been taken into account. Some things are easier to do, somethings are less. We are all working to make sure your experience is a better one that the reactive response and programming that you experienced last year
Petra :-) she/her
01:49:46
SAT AUG 15th & SUN AUG 16th - check your email from Petra.J@Mac.com
Sarah Cohen
01:50:15
love the squid!
Antonette Greene
01:50:26
Todd, good question. We are working with teachers to set up plans with their team members and helping them with scheduling needs.
susanavalle
01:50:27
Calamari anyone?
Greg Vena & Karen Schwindt
01:50:40
The distribution of frozen squid!! Man these folks are looking at every angle.
Alyce Ide
01:50:44
You can cook the squid after!
susanavalle
01:50:52
yum
Kari Friedman
01:51:37
Thank you, Andre!
LFJ
01:53:13
if that family is on this call THANK YOU!!!!
Antonette Greene
01:53:32
Yes, thank you!
Christina Varner
01:53:35
yes
MaryAnn Patel
01:53:49
Will LS kids still be able to meet teachers before the school year starts?
Brad Terrell
01:53:56
THANK YOU!
Christina Varner
01:54:12
Faculty and administration are phenomenal - thank you
Leo Spooner
01:54:30
Yes, thank you for all the dedication and hard work getting this together.
MaryAnn Patel
01:54:32
Thank you!! 🙏
Pam Zeiger
01:54:35
Thank you Lindsay, Antonette, DDS, Ed and Shelly for all your time tonight. Continue to be impressed with your communication and transparency throughout this crazy year. It’s clear you are juggling so many different needs from all community members. Your efforts are SO appreciated!
susanavalle
01:54:47
You are all amazing CDS! <3
David Dobson Smith
01:54:54
@MaryAnn - we are legally unable to coordinate any such activity - apparently families can do this, but it cannot be on school property or shown that the school coordinated it. That said, the first three days will have TONS of community building and getting to know you sessions
Ricardo Balazs
01:54:54
Huge thanks to everyone!
rpwiPhone
01:55:00
agreed! thank you!
brad
01:55:08
Thank you so much, everyone. We fortunate to be in such good hands.
Angie Jolie
01:55:13
thanks everyone. your patience and creativity is truly humbling.
Meghna Subramanian
01:55:34
thank you admin and staff!!
jamesdonovan
01:55:37
Thank you for keeping us so informed.
Ana Validzic and Peter Sutherland
01:55:38
Thank you for everything. As a new family, we are impressed. (And major shout out to all the former Marin Prep families joining CDS)!
Laurel Khurana
01:55:40
Thank you!
MaryAnn Patel
01:55:44
Ok thanks DDS.
Ed Rhee
01:55:47
What is one thing that you would like us to share with our educators when they return on Monday for work week?
Petra :-) she/her
01:55:48
gratitude
Lindsay Woollerson
01:55:50
gratitude
Meghna Subramanian
01:55:51
gratitude!!
Petra :-) she/her
01:55:57
appreciation
Carolyn Laub
01:55:58
deep appreciation
Petra :-) she/her
01:56:00
love
susanavalle
01:56:03
You are the real heroes…
Petra :-) she/her
01:56:05
deep bow
MaryAnn Patel
01:56:05
Gratitude!
Liko Soules-Ono
01:56:07
Mahalo!
Abigail Ramsden
01:56:07
faculty, thank you for your resilience and creativity. we are very grateful for your hard work and dedication.
Sarah Cohen
01:56:10
so much appreciation!
Pam Zeiger
01:56:24
That we want to look out for them just as they look out for our kids :)
Dovid Coplon
01:56:26
Thank you!!!
Rajni
01:56:28
thank you CDS, for being evidence based and data driven, and balancing the needs of many. so grateful for dedicated teachers who care deeply about our kids.
Nikki Ryan
01:56:32
heartfelt thanks and gratitude
michaellevin
01:56:38
thank you and we will support you all!
Nomi Talisman
01:56:39
Couldn’t have done it without you —
Vivien Zraick
01:56:43
Your dedication is so inspiring
Christina Varner
01:56:48
extreme admiration and gratitude
Yatin
01:56:50
thank you to everyone at CDS for all that you are doing through these difficult times
Jeanette Perez
01:56:51
faculty- we are in awe of your energy and innovation. thank you for being excited about the possible opportunities this crazy time may bring.
LFJ
01:56:52
you are special and essential workers and my family appreciates you so much
Allison S
01:56:56
very grateful for all the hard work and planning that have gone into making this happen.
Iris Escarramán
01:57:00
Thank you for flexibility and dedication. So much gratitude and love!
susanavalle
01:57:02
Bienviniedos!
RISHI VARMA
01:57:04
Super stars!....and our kids miss you so much
Thanos Diacakis
01:57:09
Grateful for everyone’s hard work!
Toni Presta
01:57:10
Thank you to the summer school staff, who made my 7th grader (intern) to feel like such an integral part of your program!
Ryan & Londa & Mia & Cayden
01:57:15
We love and miss you CDS!! Thank you for all of your hard work!!!
Rachel Tsutsumi
01:57:17
grateful and thank you all!
Sarah Cohen
01:57:23
take care of yourselves!
Raja
01:57:24
Thanks guys!!!!
Lynn Chamorro
01:57:25
grateful!
Toni Presta
01:57:28
Thanks to the upper school teacher who reached out to our kids over the summer! So nice to maintain the connection.
susanavalle
01:57:33
Welcome welcome to everyone here…
Wendy Hartogensis
01:57:38
thank you for the hard work and dedication of our educators and administrators who are working so hard under such unprecedented challenges to make this all possible for our kids!
susanavalle
01:57:46
I miss our school song.