Please join Principal Crane and other parents virtually for another Principal’s Coffee. This is the best opportunity to get your questions answered and concerns heard. Ms. Crane will continue to share any new information she has from the District on school reopening plans, as well as updates on the first wave of students being back on campus. A recording of the previous Principal’s Coffee is available here: Principal’s Coffee, October 7th.
With the return to campus, we have staggered recess schedules. This has led to a new volunteer opportunity — helping supervise, to ensure a safe and fun playing environment for our hybrid program students during recess and lunch. Coverage is needed for three staggered recesses and three staggered lunch times. Our hybrid schedules are still being worked out, but if you are interested in volunteering (or learning more when we know more) please email email@example.com.
One of Duveneck’s favorite traditions is the International Potluck, held every Fall. It’s a wonderful way to share the family traditions and diverse heritage within our Duveneck community. It’s also where many first conversations between families start and friendships bloom. While unfortunately we can’t get together this year in person, we can still share our favorite recipes and learn about one another’s diverse cultures. So we’d like to create the first ever Duveneck International Cookbook — and we do need a few parents to help out! We will need help organizing recipes, designing the cookbook, and all the other little things we haven’t thought of just yet. If you are interested in joining the International Cookbook team, please email Katie and/or Jane: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME. Mandarin and Spanish translation will be available.
No matter whether you’re choosing Hybrid or Full Distance Learning, online learning will continue to play a big part in your child’s school experience. To help our families, we’re partnering with Challenge Success to provide practical advice on what you can do to support your child’s well-being and engagement with learning at home. In addition, we will talk about how parents can assist their children during this time of transition as they move to new learning models, teachers, and classmates. So please join us for what will be an informative evening!
To better inform the content of the webinar we would love to hear about your main concerns around distance learning. Please fill out the quick survey here.
Challenge success is a non-profit organization that partners with schools, families, and communities to embrace a broad definition of success and to implement research-based strategies that promote student well-being and engagement with learning. To learn more, visit challengesuccess.org.
Did you miss the forum last Wednesday, moderated by our very own PTA co-Presidents Chris and Chris? Not to worry: You can watch the recording here.
We are parents and teachers who support Duveneck Elementary School in Palo Alto, CA. As a community, we help create the school we want our children to have by providing funding for school equipment and materials, hosting community events, and providing enrichment programs for parents, teachers and students.