Good morning Airline community. I have been asked to share a letter from the Superintendent of Schools. The letter can be found in the document section of our website under the Menu tab. Please take a moment to read the letter and as we wind down to the summer vacation, I hope this time finds you all well.
Dear Parents and Guardians - Each year at the end of August, the students return happy to see friends they haven’t seen all summer and energized to work with the staff at the Airline Community School again. I mention this now, because you may be a little worried whether your child will be ready for the step up to a new grade by the end of August. My answer is a definitive “Yes”! The main reason for that is because, similar to past years, the students have your support all summer. Yes, it is different this year, but the most important foundation that each child has is their home life. The last month of the school year is always difficult as the days get warmer and students sense summer vacation ahead. With the added stress this year, the students are likely to be more distracted than usual. Change the schedule if kids seem to need a change of pace. Take advantage of the outdoors before the bugs descend upon us. Just remember that all around you are the friends and family that you have always relied upon to get through difficult times, and we will persevere here now. The staff at the Airline Community School will be right here doing their best to help the whole school community make it through these challenging days. For the remaining time of the scheduled 2019-20 school year, we will continue to provide guidance to students and parents to the best of our abilities. This is a new scenario for all of us. Reach out to us if you want to chat. Together we will persevere through this challenging time. In support of all, Mr. B
Good morning Airline community. I have been asked to share a letter from the Superintendent of Schools. The letter can be found in the document section of our website under the Menu tab. Please take a moment to read it and if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Superintendent's office directly or Andy Bryan. Thank you.