We must continue to stay diligent in our efforts to stay safe. We continue to encourage the Reavis community to wear a mask, social distance, and wash hands. These controllable behaviors can help reduce the spread of the virus. As you know, after careful consideration we have made the decision to stay in remote learning until the end of the semester.
Communicating with parents is a high priority for Reavis staff members. Unfortunately, we will not be hosting our traditional Parent-Teacher conference night. Instead, we encourage parents to contact us:
Welcome back, Rams. We have done our best to build an infrastructure to resume our school goals and meet the multiple needs of our students in a new school environment. State guidance, district plans, and survey feedback all contributed to our 100% Remote Learning Plan.
The following letters were emailed to Reavis students and families on March 13, 2020:
Dear Reavis Families:
The health, safety, and well-being of our school community continues to be the highest priority at District 220. Reavis High School has made the decision to close school beginning Monday, March 16-Friday, April 3, 2020. The following schedule will be implemented:
Monday, March 16-Friday, March 20---e-Learning
Monday, March 23-Friday, April 3--extended spring break
The start of any new year provides an opportunity to grow. New year resolutions have traditionally been January’s signature style. As a school leader, mom, wife, daughter, sister, and friend, I participate in the ritual of goal setting professionally and personally.