Edison starts school August 17th 100% E-Learning
iPad and Chromebook Distribution to Students is this week!
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd & 3rd Grade Pick-Up Wednesday, August 12th
4th, 5th, & 6th Grade Pick-Up Thursday, August 13th
7th & 8th Grade Pick-Up Friday, August 14th!
Pick-Up Times Each Day
7:00 am – 11:00 am & 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
*If you have multiple students in multiple grades, feel free to come to any of the times and dates scheduled and you can pick up devices for all of your students at one time.*
Parking & Entering Building
- Please pull into the driveway roundabout in front of the school. Park your car on the school side of the round-about. There will only be one row available for parking so please do not park on the grass side of the driveway.
- When you exit your car, you will see tape on the sidewalk area in front of Door 1. Please use social distancing guidelines and stay at least 6 feet apart from other families. If the line is long, please wait in your car until you can maintain a safe distance from others.
- You must wear a mask, or you will not be permitted into the building.
- All individuals will be required to first use the school- provided hand sanitizer before entering the building.
- You will be asked a list of standard COVID-19 related questions to assure a safe environment.
- Only one adult per family will be permitted in the building with students.
- There will only be 10 visitors allowed in the building at one time, so please understand that we will try to move things along quickly, but this process could take some time. I always appreciate your support and patience with everything.
- Each student will be given their schedule, a device and a home learning kit containing general supplies and items that will support online learning.
- You will also receive several forms that will explain and answer questions about your device.
- Before you leave, we will make sure all devices are in good working order.
Edison’s Adjusted 2020-2021 Calendar
Start Date: August 17, 2020
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