Principal to Parent
Oh the wonderful world that is Texas. On the bright side, we are back into the 70s by this weekend :)
I have been talking with several principals this afternoon regarding potential makeup days. I am hoping to have a decision by the evening of our parent meeting which was moved up to next Monday (January 22).
This year has been truly unprecedented for Houston weather. At the end of the day, we want to be sure that we can meet all of our academic expectations for the year for you and your child.
I look forward to giving all of you an update, in person, on Monday. As a reminder, the meeting will be from 6:30-7:30.
Enjoy sitting back and drinking that hot chocolate one more day before heading back to school on Thursday :)
Decision on My Call to Hubertus, Wisconsin
It was announced at church last week that I have decided to return the call to serve as principal at Crown of Life in Hubertus, Wisconsin and remain at Lord of Life. Thank you for your many thoughts and prayers that filled my deliberation. It was a difficult decision, but there is still more work to do at Lord of Life. It has been a great blessing to me serving this school for nearly 15 years. My heart is at Lord of Life. As long as I feel I can continue to make a positive difference for Christ's Kingdom here in the Friendswood area, my calling to Lord of Life will continue.
As many of you are aware, the flu has been spreading at a rapid rate in Houston this season. Because of that there are some precautions that we should all be taking.
1. If your child is experiencing flu-like systems, please DO NOT have them attend school until they can be seen by a doctor.
2. The teachers will be doing some basic disinfecting at the end of each day to hopefully prevent the spread of germs. Door knobs, desk tops, counters, bathroom will all be disinfected on a regular basis.
As a reminder, Kelley Grant has a parent breakfast organized for y'all tomorrow (Monday) morning. All parents are invited.
We can't wait for the school year to continue starting tomorrow! Have a great night, and see you in the morning!