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Re-Opening: Starting April 6th

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A MESSAGE FROM our PrincipaL

We are ready Las Palmas Alebrijes! For some of you, we look forward to see you back in person for Hybrid Learning; for others, we are excited to continue our high quality Distance Learning.  Regardless of whether you are in Cohort A and coming to school Mondays and Tuesdays, Cohort B and we get to see you at school on Thursdays and Fridays, or if you are in Cohort C and we get to see you on Zoom every day, we want to say thank you for all of your support during this transition.
 
We know that starting April 6th, every student's daily schedule is changing...but the high quality program we provide will stay the same! Please make sure to look through all of our Re-Opening information so that you are fully prepared for April 6th.
 
Make sure to review our Cohot Schedules so that you know where to be, when to log in, and how to make sure you are on time for school (in-person ANd in Zoom) EVERY DAY!
 
Finally, if your child is attending in-person instruction, please make sure you see our information for Arrival and Dismissal procedures, and all of our procedures for students when on campus and review them with your child so they can be ready to go! Our highest priority is the health, safety, and well-being of all of our students. With your help, the final part of the school year will be a huge success!
 
Sincerely,
Ms. Simmons
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FUN PARENT VIDEO FOR ARRIVAL AND DISMISSAL (ENLISH VERSION) 

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VIDEO DIVERTIDO PARA LLEGADA Y DESPEDIDA  (VERSION EN ESPAÑOL)

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Safety

What daily protocols should parents follow before sending their child(ren) to school?
Parents should conduct a health screening at home BEFORE before sending students to school. If a child has a fever of 100.4°, diarrhea, consistent cough, body aches, or any other flu like symptoms, DO NOT SEND THEM TO SCHOOL. Please contact the office to excuse their absence. 
If your child is missing in-person instruction, they CANNOT attend Distance Learning instruction that day to "make up" their absence.
 
How are classrooms arranged to promote safety?
Desks are placed 6 feet apart in classrooms to provide adequate distancing between students. Additionally, students are required to wear masks AT ALL TIMES while on campus, and social distancing will be promotoed AT ALL TIMES.
 
What other precautions will be taken throughout the school day?
All classrooms have hand sanitizer for every student to use when entering and when exiting the classroom. Disinfectant wipes, soap, and disposable masks are also available to teachers. Custodial staff are disenfecting restrooms throughout the day, and disenfecting every classroom.
 
What is the required procedure for students being screened while in the building? How often? Will there be training for teachers?
Students will not be actively screened when arriving at school. However, the office will be immediately notified if any student is showing any flu-like symptoms. This student will be escorted to a Wellness Room and parents will be required to pick up the student.
 
Are students expected to wear masks all day?
Yes, students will be expected to wear masks in the classrooms and around campus for the entire school day.
 
How will I be notified if there is a COVID case in the school?
Parents will receive a letter from the school notifying them if there is a confirmed COVID case.
 
Even more information is available in the Twin Rivers Road to Reopening Plan!

Cohort Schedules

COHORT A

Cohort A means your child is attending IN-PERSON learning on Mondays and Tuesdays and DISTANCE learning on Wendesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.
 
If your child is in our DLI (English/Spanish) Program Cohort A, your in-person and distance learning days are the same. However, your schedule includes times for both English instruction AND Spanish instruction.
 
 
 

COHORT B

Cohort B means your child is attending DISTANCE learning on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays and IN-PERSON learning on Thursdays and Fridays.
 
If your child is in our DLI (English/Spanish) Program Cohort B, your in-person and distance learning days are the same. However, your schedule includes times for both English instruction AND Spanish instruction.
 
 
 

COHORT C

Cohort C means your child is attending DISTANCE learning EVERY DAY.
 
If your child is in our DLI (English/Spanish) Program Cohort C, your distance learning days are the same. However, your schedule includes times for both English instruction AND Spanish instruction.

Arrival and Dismissal

For Cohort A and Cohot B students, arrival and dismissal procedures for when they are in-person will be very different from before the pandemic.
 
Every one of our new guidelines makes the safety of all of our students the highest priority. Thank you so much in advance for following all of our new procedures and being a model for our students!
 

ENTRY and EXIT GATES

Each of our gates is specifically designated to allow only specific students to enter our campus:
 
PRESCHOOL: all preschool students must enter campus through the gate between the preschool playground and front office. Staff will meet students at the gate and escort them to their rooms.
PARENTS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO ENTER THE CAMPUS!
 
WALKERS ONLY: all students who are walking from home must enter campus through the front gates closest to the front office (both West and East Campus). Staff will meet students at the gate and guide them to their rooms. Parents can also park at T&Y Market Parking Lot and walk to school.
PLEASE DO NOT DROP OFF STUDENTS AT THE FRONT OF OUR SCHOOL! ALL VEHICLE DROP-OFFS MUST TAKE PLACE AT THE GATES BETWEEN OUR TWO CAMPUSES!
PARENTS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO ENTER THE CAMPUS!
 
RIDERS ONLY: all students who are being dropped off or picked up must drive through the driveway between our two campuses. Staff will meet students at the gate and guide them to their rooms.
PLEASE DO NOT DROP OFF STUDENTS AT THE FRONT OF OUR SCHOOL! ALL VEHICLE DROP-OFFS MUST TAKE PLACE AT THE GATES BETWEEN OUR TWO CAMPUSES!
For pick-up, parents will be given signs to put on their dashboard insider their windshields - when arriving to pick-up students, please have your sign on your dashboad so staff can read your student's names, and you can quickly pick up your child/children.
DROP-OFFS and PICK-UPS ARE NOT ALLOWED IN ANY OTHER PART OF OUR PARKING LOT!
NO TURNAROUNDS ARE ALOWED IN OUR DRIVEWAYS. You will be able to enter the driveway by the entrance on Norwood Ave. or on Las Palmas Ave. between our two campuses...but you MUST CONTINUE ALL THE WAY THROUGH TO EXIT.
PARENTS MUST REMAIN IN THEIR VEHICLE UNLESS YOU ARE HELPING YOUR CHILD EXIT OR ENTER THE VEHICLE ONLY!
PARENTS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO ENTER THE CAMPUS!
 
 
SEE OUR MAP TO KNOW WHERE TO GO!

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Don't forget to check out our fun videos for parents to learn even more about arrival and dismissal!  Just look for the Las Palmas "MULLET"!

School Office

Our school office is here to help aprents in any way we can. However, we must comply with district, county, and state health restrictions.
 
If a student is late to in-person instruction (8:35am or later), they are required to check in at the office before going to their classroom.
 
Parents are NOT ALLOWED TO ENTER THE CAMPUS THROUGH THE FRONT OFFICE.
 
Even with our school re-opening, and students on campus, our school office is open to visitors BY APPOINTMENT ONLY!
 
ALL VISITORS ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR A FACEMASK WHEN ENTERING THE OFFICE.
 
Our office is always available by phone to help you in any way we can. Please give us a call at 916-566-2700...we are happy to assist!

For Students

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