Kreiva Announcements (10/12-10/16)

Kreiva Community,

Fall seems to have come a bit early this year and the leaves and temperatures are changing quickly. Things have settled in nicely as everyone seems to have gotten used to the new routine. With only half of our students in the building at any given time, things are also very calm and quiet. We do however miss the hustle and bustle when all of our students are in the building. That being said, the month of October continues to be a pretty busy time here.

Students will be taking both the initial State SAS test this week (details sent in previous announcement), the NWEA test the last week of the month, as well as upcoming parent conferences and a staff development day. Please help us encourage students to do their best on the upcoming assessments. Additionally, this week we will be providing a pizza lunch for Cohort A students on Tuesday and a pizza lunch for Cohort B students on Thursday. 

Important Reminders and Details This Week:

  • Monday Oct 12 NO SCHOOL - Columbus Day

  • Tuesday Oct 13 Cohort A State SAS Testing

  • Wednesday Oct 14 - All Virtual

  • Thursday Oct 15 Cohort B State SAS Testing

Next Week and Beyond:

  • Oct 22 5-8pm Goal Setting Conferences with Students/Parents (All Virtual)

  • Oct 23 10am-2pm Goal Setting Conferences with Students/Parents (All Virtual)

  • Oct 23 Staff Development Day *No students in the building

  • Oct 26-30th NWEA Testing Week

Tal Bayer, Head of School

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