Dear Families I know the majority of us are doing the right thing and isolating ourselves from others. However, I have heard stories about students socially gathering on Friday. The intent of social distancing is to maintain 6 feet between each person during a necessary activity. I know all of us want to go back to how life was a few weeks ago, but now is not the time. I am asking all students to please use good judgment and refrain from meeting in groups. The less we meet together today, the quicker we stop the spread of the Covid-19 and its potential impact. We need to do this to protect ourselves and others. It is an act of generosity and care. We recognize that this is difficult but our efforts are designed to save lives. Thank you for your help.
Dear Families, Attached please find strategies from Dr. Maria Trozzi, Former Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Boston University School of Medicine. Her recommendations include what families CAN do to cope during this difficult time. Sincerely, Jill Proulx and Ryan Lynch
Dear Families, Attached please find information from our School Nutrition Director regarding an ordering app that will make it easier for you to order a meal for your children during school closure. This service is for students who are eligible for free and reduced lunch. If you are unable to use the app, please contact our School Nutrition Director. Megan Ahrenholz, RD 781-582-3556 firstname.lastname@example.org In addition, we have attached an updated list of food pantries in our communities that may be able to help during this challenging time. We would recommend calling the pantries first, since the pantries may need to change their hours at this time. Please remember to pick up lunches between 11:30 am and 12:30 pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Sincerely, Jill Proulx and Ryan Lynch