Posted by Monica Crowley on 11/20/2020 7:00:00 AM
Dear Lawrence Families,
Thank you to all the parents, caregivers and staff who particpated in our November PTO/Principal forums the last two weeks. We were abe to review and discuss the successes of the hybrid learning model, and how students, staff and families have adjusted to the new routines and schedules. Congratulations to all!
- Wednesday, November 25th: School closes at noon for Thanksgiving Break
- Thursday, November 26th: No School-Thanksgiving
- Friday, November 27th: No school for Thanksgiving Break
Early Release Days for Grades K-8:
1. Thursday, December 3-Grades K-8 dismissed early at 12:40pm
2. Tuesday, December 8-Grades K-8 dismissed early at 12:40pm
Annual Cranberry Counting:
Every year for the past 50+ years Lawrence teachers and students estimate how many cranberries are in a jar. This year we have a touchless way to see the jar, make your estimate, and enter to win a bookstore gift card if your estimate is the closest in your category.
Check out Ms. Moriarty's bog: https://lawrencek-8library.blogspot.com/
Travel During the Thanksgiving Break
From Interim Superintendent Marini on November 17th:
In these unprecedented times, I understand the desire to want to maintain the holiday traditions that anchor us to family and friends, but this year is different. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has stated that travel increases your chance of getting and spreading COVID-19 and that staying home is the best way to protect yourself and others. In addition to the CDC guidance, Mass.gov has issued travel regulations. Most notably, if you visit a high-risk state, you must fill out a travel form and either produce a negative COVID-19 test administered up to 72 hours prior to returning to Massachusetts or quarantine for 14 days.
Please take care,