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COVID-19 UPDATES: Schools are following the Full Virtual Learning Model from Monday, October 19 to Friday, October 30

ACTUALIZACIONES DE COVID-19: Las escuelas están siguiendo el Modelo de Aprendizaje Completamente Virtual a partir del lunes 19 de octubre hasta el viernes 30 de octubre

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Chocolate + Movie + Free Dress Down Day = HAPPY KIDS

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Natchaug PTO

Lets raise some dough to benefit Natchaug School PTO.
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Grab and Go Breakfast and Lunch

REMINDER TO FAMILIES: During the two weeks of Full Virtual Learning starting today October 19, our Food Services department will continue to provide grab and go breakfast and lunch for all Windham children. All of our school sites will be open for meal pick-up Monday-Friday 7:30am-11am. ---https://www.windhamps.org/apps/pages/COVIDMeals

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Nov 10

Flu Clinic

Time: 2:45 PM – 5 PM
Location: Windham High School 355 High St., Willimantic

Principal's Corner

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Dear Natchaug Families,
 
As our school year opens it is obvious we have a year like no other.  As we begin the 2020-2021 school year together, I want to thank our whole community for your support, your questions, suggestions, and for your encouragement as we have purposefully prepared for this year.  I also want to thank you all for your patience and flexibility as we open our school in a thoughtful and cautious way.
 
Through the summer we have been working to design health protocols, create cohorts for our hybrid period, and working hard to increase social distance between and among our students and staff.  Since August 27th our teachers and staff have been back at Natchaug learning about our new health protocols, blended learning approaches, accelerating instruction, responsive classroom, and more.  We have also been working together to set up more socially distanced classrooms and ways to maintain cohort isolation in the building.
 
Again, thank you for your patience, the roll out of distance components is still in process, we are excited to announce that 100% of Natchaug students are connected virtually as we have built up to the full balance of the hybrid model with two days of in-person instruction balanced by three days of virtual instruction, live streaming, and independent asynchronous work at home. We are hopefully optimistic that we will reach our fully opened phase, with more full days of in-person instruction, for all students whose parents and guardians do not choose to keep them at home in the distance model. Here are some of our expectations related to virtual learning:
This will be a school year like no other.  But like every other year, I can confidently assure you that the teachers, learners, and leaders at Natchaug will do everything in our power to be creative within our new boundaries and will encourage our students to do the same. We look forward to another amazing school year together!
 
 
https://www.teachstarter.com/us/blog/10-virtual-learning-expectations-video-for-kids-us/?wvideo=d5rx
 
Sincerely,
 
Eben Jones
ejones@windham.k12.ct.us
860-465-2380
https://www.teachstarter.com/us/blog/10-virtual-learning-expectations-video-for-kids-us/?wvideo=d5rx

Points of Pride

The theme for this months assembly

The theme for this months assembly "GRIT"

The theme for this month’s assembly was Grit. The students were recognized for displaying grit and determination during hybrid model and virtual learning. Congratulations to are award winners!!!!