Information Regarding Resources During Closure

March 16, 2020

Dear Parents and Students,

Your student has come home with materials that will help us all navigate academics during this mandatory shut down. For some of our families this will mean that we will be delivering materials to you at home. Our 4th through 8th grade students will be bringing home a chrome book to use for typing our materials and downloading assignments when able. Please help your students take care of these Chromebooks by having them not eat or drink when using these devices.

Our teachers will monitor the work that is sent home and will send materials on a weekly basis. Sending home work each week will allow teachers to assess students work and not overwhelm students. For those of you that are able to access email, we will continue to send materials each week via email. For those that cannot access the internet, we will deliver the materials to your home.
This is a new way of reaching out to our students. We realize that this will take time to find the most successful avenues for all families. Your patience is appreciated as we work together in finding the most successful means of support for each individual student. We look forward to partnering with you and your students during this time.

Meals

We set up pick up sites for breakfast and lunch. Please see the flyer that was sent home for details. This service is provided for every child 18 years old and under. This includes high school students or other children that don’t attend our school. Letting us know that you will take advantage of this program will be essential to our success as it allows us to prepare the correct amount of meals each day. Please let us know the number of breakfasts and lunches you will need to feed your children by emailing swatt@boistfort.k12.wa.us. The sooner you can let us know, the better.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out with questions. My email address is cclark@boistfort.k12.wa.us. During this time our facilities will be closed as directed by our local and state health officials.

Sincerely,
Chris Clark