Fall reopening updates

Fall reopening updates
Posted on 09/11/2020
Fall updates

Starting the school year 

We are all learning new tools and new ways to engage our students this year. The beginning of every school year focuses on building relationships, making connections, and establishing routines. While our staff has been diligently preparing and training for our remote learning model, we also know that things will go wrong. Video conferences will crash, calls will be disrupted, systems will slow down. Give yourself grace to accept these challenges. We will get through this together. 

We continue to post updated information on our website: https://bit.ly/ASDFall


We sent a letter (ASD@Home Welcome) to all ASD@Home families on Thursday, and more information will be sent on Friday. If you did not receive the information, or have any questions about ASD@Home, please contact ASD@Home principal Ryan Pike, (360) 503-1304, rpike@asd103.org 

ASD Hybrid 

By now, you should have received your elementary student’s teacher assignment, and/or your middle and high school student’s schedule. If not, please contact your building principal: http://www.asd103.org/contact_us or the district office: (360) 503-1200 or information@asd103.org 

Tech Help 

Check out this document for information on logging into your student’s Chromebook: https://sites.google.com/asd103.org/tech-handbook/chromebook/first-day-guide

We have additional tech resources posted here: https://sites.google.com/asd103.org/tech-handbook

Assistant Superintendent Becky Clifford also put together a short tutorial video to show you how to access some of the resources your student will need: https://youtu.be/W3XjuKe_mEY

Food & Nutrition

We will be offering Grab-n-Go meals to ALL students and children age 1-18 at no cost to families through Dec 31st. For more information, and an order form, please visit our website: http://www.asd103.org/departments_and_programs/food_and_nutrition_services

Health and Safety: Masks 

We continue to plan for an eventual return to in-person learning, in partnership with Skagit County Health. We will follow all health and safety guidelines, including requiring face coverings for all staff, students, and visitors. As I’m sure you have been doing, get your student used to wearing a face covering. Allow them to pick one out. Make sure it is comfortable and fits appropriately. The district’s face covering guidelines can be found here: ASD Face Covering Guidelines

Thank you again for your support. Please feel free to reach out if you have questions: (360) 503-1200 or information@asd103.org

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