Dear Parents and Guardians,
It is Friday, June 26, Day 65 of remote learning, and the last day school!
Congratulations to our graduates!
An amazing effort was made to honor and celebrate our 5th graders and their time at EVCS. We wish them all the best and good luck heading to middle school! Many thanks to everyone who contributed and made it extra special.
And to everyone – congratulations on making it to the last day of school!
Parents and students, you have done an amazing job all year long!
Reports & Summer Resources
Today you should have received an email from your teachers with your child’s report as well as summer activities and resources.
The resource list includes academic work to continue practicing over the summer as well as ideas for the whole family in art, music, and physical education! And your Google Classroom content will be accessible over the summer to access at your leisure as well. We recommend reading and writing every day, as well as lots of other activities suggested in the grade-specific emails. Please reach out to Liz & Bradley if you did not receive an email.
In 1st-5th grade, a social classroom has been created for students to stay in touch with friends over the summer. They can join this classroom anytime and set up meet-ups to socialize and share with each other. I can see that many have figured it out already! If not, please be sure to mention this to them. Any questions, please reach out.
And click HERE for a letter from the DOE about some great reading resources for the summer too!
Visual Art Slide Show 2020
Featuring an original work by every single EVCS student. Enjoy!
September 2020 Updates
There will be an active team working on fall plans over the summer and we will be in touch to share updates – both school-wide and for your child’s upcoming grade and class. Please feel free to reach out as well with thoughts, ideas, and any questions that come up.
Click here for past Weekly Emails for previously-shared resources.
Soak up a little sun and have a happy, healthy summer! I hope to see everyone in the fall.