Parents of PK students:
As we move forward in our school closings, our instructional staff have prepared weekly lessons for your child to complete at home during this time. We are providing lessons for an 8 week period. We certainly hope to be back at school before that time, however, we are attempting to be prepared.
Packets are to be picked up at Diboll Primary School on Friday, March 20th from 4pm to 7pm at the Main Entrance of Diboll Primary School.
Each week’s lesson is correlated with our PK Guidelines and Curriculum; therefore, keeping your child's learning on track during school closure.
Teachers will continue to stay in contact with you throughout each week and provide more learning activities, personal read alouds, etc. through Remind 101, personal Facebook, and Diboll Primary's Facebook page and website. Please contact your child's teacher with any questions you may have. You may also contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or through our facebook page.
Please be sure your child's name is written on all written work. They have been learning to write their name, so they already know to attempt to write their names on their written work.
Work should be turned in by Friday of each week. We will have a mailbox set up by the main entrance door at the Primary Campus, and your child may turn in their written work (if any for that particular week’s lesson) by placing it in the mailbox. Again, please be sure their name and teacher's name is on the paper. Please place in a Ziplock bag for protection. In addition, please take pictures of your child working on their lessons, and text them to your child's teacher through Remind 101 or via email. Teachers will then share those pictures with me for a record of their school work.
We appreciate our complete school family during this time. This is a new situation for all of us and together, our school family, we will make it through while still providing for our precious students.
Please tell your children how much we miss and love them. We truly wish we could be with them right now.
Diana Moore, Principal
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