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Winter Break
Winter Break
Doug Piper
Thursday, December 17, 2020

  December 17, 2020

Greetings, Waverly Families:

Thank you for your continued support of our students, our staff, and our school community during this fall semester. We hope this message finds you doing well and we wanted to take a moment to reiterate our collective “Thank You!” for everything you have done, are doing, and will continue to do to help our students and our school.

Before we begin the upcoming Winter Break, we wanted to take a moment to share the following information and reminders:

  • Colder weather, more time inside, and the onset of cold and flu season are upon us. The CDC has provided guidance for winter holidays, which include continuing to practice social distancing (at least 6 feet), frequent handwashing, avoiding large gatherings, and wearing a mask. There is a graphic below that shares these recommendations.

  • If you or your family members do not feel well at any time over the break, we have included a graphic that shares which symptoms are most commonly associated with the cold, the flu, and COVID-19. Also, please keep your child’s school notified of any COVID-19 exposures or test results of your child or close family members.

  • If anyone you know is interested in serving as a substitute teacher in our school during the spring semester, please encourage them to look up licensure information on the KSDE website to review the qualifying criteria provided by the Kansas State Department of Education. If you have any questions, please let me know.

We will miss seeing and working with our students during this upcoming break. Stay warm, stay safe, and please know how much we appreciate everything that you are doing to focus on the health and success of our students, staff, and community!

Sincerely,

Susan Wildeman, Principal

Libby Self, Assistant Principal