Archive for September, 2020

You did not answer the question of why masks without air filters are allowed. Why are they not allowed? Is it distracting?

Written by on September 29, 2020

A. I am not sure what your question is… if you mean why are masks with ventilators not allowed, it is because of CDC guidelines. The CDC updated its guidance Aug. 7, urging the public to also avoid these masks: “Masks with exhalation valves or vents should NOT be worn to help prevent the person wearing the mask from spreading COVID-19 to others.”

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Are phone notifications enabled for campus portal? If not, how can we get them enabled? If so, how do you turn them on?

Written by on September 29, 2020

A. Yes. You can find the directions here: https://www.shenet.org/shenendehowa-school-district-now-offers-text-messaging-notifications/

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PSAT/SAT UPDATES…

Written by on September 29, 2020

PSAT/NMSQT The District has made the decision to postpone the administration of the PSAT/NMSQT which was previously scheduled for Oct. 14th and 29th to the College Board testing date of Tuesday January 26, 2021. The primary reason for this change is that the two days of October testing would have disrupted two full days of […]

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With careful consideration of COVID restrictions and guidelines, students  in Jessica Clermont’s tribuilding, 6th-grade art class create a “Map to Me” Wassily Kandinsky project. More photos…

With careful consideration of COVID restrictions and guidelines, students  in Jessica Clermont’s tribuilding, 6th-grade art class create a “Map to Me” Wassily Kandinsky project. More photos…

Written by on September 28, 2020

With careful consideration of COVID restrictions and guidelines, students  in Jessica Clermont’s tribuilding, 6th-grade art class create a “Map to Me” Wassily Kandinsky project. Students created a key using symbols to represent aspects of their life that they drew into their paintings. 

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Skano students starting off their busy day with a good breakfast!

Skano students starting off their busy day with a good breakfast!

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Karigon 1st graders take a virtual field trip to the Aquarium of the Pacific and learn about deep sea creatures

Karigon 1st graders take a virtual field trip to the Aquarium of the Pacific and learn about deep sea creatures

Written by on September 28, 2020

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Mrs. Sulz’s first grade friends in Complete Virtual Learning (CVL) sharing their writing during Writer’s Workshop!

Mrs. Sulz’s first grade friends in Complete Virtual Learning (CVL) sharing their writing during Writer’s Workshop!

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Smiles and hard work are still present at Tesago! More photos…

Smiles and hard work are still present at Tesago! More photos…

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Koda 6th Grade teachers embracing In-Person and Virtual instruction. More photos…

Koda 6th Grade teachers embracing In-Person and Virtual instruction. More photos…

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Megan Hallenbeck’s art class at Gowana. More photos…

Megan Hallenbeck’s art class at Gowana. More photos…

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