March 23 Update
Here’s the text of the email that went out to our JPHS families today. Please read carefully.
What crazy times!
We plan to be fully operable online by Monday, March 30th. Teachers were trained this morning and will spend this week building classes, inputting rosters, uploading assignments, and becoming experts at Microsoft TEAMS, the online format we are using. A link with logon instructions will be sent out later this week, so please check your email at least once a day. Watch for emails with JPHS Online in the subject line. Meanwhile, parents, make sure that your child knows his/her student log on and password. If he/she doesn’t know either, please email Suzanne Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meanwhile, students need to retrieve ALL personal belongings as well as textbooks from the school (lockers, classrooms, lost and found). If you are in band or choir, please turn in ALL your music to Miss Gho. She will provide copies of all musical scores so that originals don’t get destroyed. We will send out a sign-up genius for students to schedule a time to come collect these items. No more than 6 students will be allowed in the building at once, so we ask that you arrive and depart at your scheduled time.
Please take ALL your textbooks home, as well as your padlock! You will need tour textbooks to complete work from home.
If you do not have computer/online resources at home, notify the office, by replying to this email, before you come in on Wednesday. Accommodations and arrangements can be made.
Seniors – as in Class of 2020 – though we don’t know exactly what the future will deliver, we are hoping to hold graduation. Therefore, we need your photographs (digital copies please) for the senior graduation video. Send in 4 photographs (infant, age 4-10, age 11-16, and a current photograph) by April 9th.
We hope you are healthy, happy, and enjoying some precious family time. We are a school community. If you are need assistance with something, or have time to assist others in our community, please email email@example.com. We don’t want any among us to suffer.
We certainly hope to be able to return to our campus for classroom instruction in the near future. As soon as the states allows, we will reconvene classes on campus.