In response to the pandemic, our traditions have looked different over the last few years than they have in years past. While we have always appreciated our face-to-face connections, our goal to retain our traditions and come up with new ways to stay connected was a success. It's a tribute to the strength of our community that we were able to come together through these historic years and both support and celebrate one another. Now, as school begins to look more familiar, we cherish our opportunities to gather as a community once again.
We encourage you now, more than ever, to raise your hand to volunteer.
Volunteering connects us in a unique and special way to other parents, to the faculty, even to our children. This sense of connection deeply enriches each family’s relationship with the school. It tells our children that we value their education and allows us to express our appreciation for the wonderful experience our children have at school every day.
The importance of community may be the strongest it has ever been.
We hope to provide connection, security, and support to all of our families during these extraordinary times. Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trisha DeBevoise and Monica Ellis