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COVID-19 Remote Learning/Engagement/Family Resources Website - THIS LINK

Last Day of School:  June 10 - Early Childhood/Kindergarten, and June 12 - Gr. 1-11

2020-2021 New Student & Kindergarten Registration Portal - Click HERE


WSPS Remote Learning/Engagement/Family Resources Website - THIS LINK

Posted 5/26/2020

Link to PTO Meeting - Thursday, May 28 @ 6PM

The password is Tatham


Please RETURN Tatham library books to school.  There is a library cart outside the main door Monday through Friday 7AM-3PM.  

This Friday, we will be celebrating our Tatham SENIORS, the class of 2020, with a PARADE at 1:15-1:30.  The staff at large plans to shower them with waves and well wishes.

 Posted 5/22/2020

Check out Tatham's School Spirit by clicking this link!  Thank you, ALL, for participating.

Enjoy your LONG weekend and Happy Memorial Day!

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Posted 5/20/2020

Mrs. Ramos (Reading Specialist) and Miss Sarkis (Math Specialist) played a game "If you laugh, you lose" for students to watch. We told each other reading & math jokes back and forth and we had a lot of fun. We are hoping the students enjoy hearing some jokes and possibly will tell us some back!!

Here is the link if you need a few good laughs!

Posted 5/19/2020

This week’s school spirit's theme is NATURE.  I hope you can find time to get outside and take a picture of your child in the beauty of our of my favorite reasons to live in western massachusetts.  Then, don’t forget to send the picture to your child’s teacher with a short description, in your child’s words, of where they went and why!  

Library books should continue to be returned, as you find them in your homes.  For your convenience, there will be a box placed outside the front door at school Wednesday through Friday this week between 7AM and 3PM.  

Also, if you need to pick up personal belongings, please reach out to me ( and we can determine a mutually convenient day/time.  

As the school prepares for next year, please advise me via email ( if you have any plans to move.

The PTO is planning another virtual meeting next week.  Please stay tuned for more information about it.  

Finally, the WS Boys and Girls Club has some exciting news:

They are hosting a fundraiser this Friday night.  Please view the website ( for more information about how you can support this great cause. 

In addition, the WS Boys and Girls Club has put together a great bank of resources that can found on their website under the Virtual Club link.

Finally, thank you for everyone’s hard work and dedication!   Keep up the GREAT work.  



Posted 5/12/2020

Yearbooks are on SALE through Friday, May 15 (note the change of deadline from May 19).  Please visit the website or click on this link to order: 

Also, the teachers have been hard at work this week packing up all student belongings.  We ask that you come by Tatham tomorrow, Wednesday, May 13, preferably at your scheduled time to pick up your child’s belongings.  We ask you to stay in your cars and pull up to the grade level of each child, like we did when we distributed learning packets.  If you cannot come by at the scheduled time, please come when you can...we’ll be outside from 10AM-2PM.  If you cannot come by at all tomorrow, please email me ( to arrange a different day and time.  


  • 10-11 Families with last names A-C 

  • 11-12 Families with last names D-K 

  • 12-1 Families with last names L-O 

  • 1-2 Families with last names P-Z 

Finally, don’t forget to show your SCHOOL SPIRIT THIS WEEK by sending a picture to your child’s teacher of his/her choice activity (either READING OR MATH/COOKING) with a short description.  

From the District:

Our counseling staff has been working on ways they can support the emotional side of dealing with this situation.  We need and want your feedback on areas you feel we could add bolster our support. The team created a short survey, please take a couple of minutes to respond. Families will need to be able to right-click to translate to their own language. 

Community Emotional Wellness Survey

Posted 5/8/2020

Thank you ALL for the love you showered on our staff this week in honor of staff appreciation week. 

 Happy Mother’s Day to all our special Moms!

Principal Gillen will reach out to families of Gr. 5 students about the transition to WSMS. 

Please come by Tatham next Wednesday between 10AM and 2PM (Rain Date: Thursday between 10AM and 2PM), preferably at your scheduled time to pick up your child’s personal belongings.  The teachers will be emptying desks and bagging the personal belongings of your child.  In addition, we ask that if your child has a library book from the Tatham library that they bring it back on Wednesday.  We ask that you stay in your car, pull around the circle to the grade level of your child, to retrieve your child’s bag from one of our staff members.    


10-11 Families with last names beginning with A-C 

11-12 Families with last names beginning with D-K 

12-1 Families with last names beginning with L-O 

1-2 Families with last names beginning with P-Z 

Tatham School is launching one optional activity a week to show your SCHOOL SPIRIT.  

Week of May 11:

School Spirit Activity of the Week:

Drop Everything and Read (if you love to read) or Cook (if you love math)...have someone take a picture of you doing either activity and send it to your teacher with a description of what you chose to read or cook and why you chose that book or recipe.

Week of May 18:

School Spirit Activity of the Week:

Nature Exploration...have someone take a picture of you in your exploration and send it to your teacher with a description of what you did, where you went, and why you chose this place in nature to explore.

Week of May 26:

School Spirit Activity of the Week:

Pajama Day & Movie Day...have someone take a picture of you in your cozy pajamas watching the movie of your choice and send it to your teacher with a description of what movie you chose and why.

Week of June 2:

School Spirit Activity of the Week:

Field Day (Get outside and play games)...have someone take a picture of you playing the game of your choice and send it to your teacher with a description of what game you chose and why.

Week of June 8:

School Spirit Activity of the Week: Tuesday, June 9 (1-3PM) 

Reverse Parade: All staff will be at Tatham (IN TATHAM COLORS OR APPAREL) to wave hello and goodbye to Tatham students and families as well as seniors, who graduated from Tatham.  We will encourage families/students/seniors to also wear their Tatham colors and/or apparel.  Note: RAIN DATE of Wednesday, June 10 (1-3 PM).  

Additional Note: Last Day of Google Meets will be Monday, June 8 and/or Tuesday, June 9.

Wednesday, June 10 (8AM-12PM) RETURN & PICK UP ITEMS


  • Chromebooks

  • Instruments

PICK UP, IF APPLICABLE (still to be determined):

  • Yearbooks

  • World’s Finest Chocolate PRIZES

  • Gr. 5 T-shirts

  • Gr. 5 Slideshow??

  • Student Council Certificates

  • Popsicles

Note: RAIN DATE of Thursday, June 11 (8AM-12PM) 


  • 8-9 Families with last names beginning with A-C

  • 9-10 Families with last names beginning with D-K

  • 10-11 Families with last names beginning with L-O

  • 11-12  Families with last names beginning with P-Z


Posted 5/7/2020

Please click on this link to order a YEARBOOK...orders due by May 19.

Posted 5/4/2020

First, thank you to ALL the staff and families who honored both Christon Marini and myself in a Reverse Parade on Friday, May 1 for both National Principals Day and Administrative Assistant Day.  Please click on this link for a slideshow of pictures from the parade.  You made our day and warmed our hearts, so THANK YOU. 

In addition, I want to recognize and honor teachers, nurses, and our cafeteria employees this week.  I include parents in this recognition as you have all become teachers, without much notice.  Our superintendent, with support of the mayor, has chosen to honor all of you with a half day off tomorrow, Tuesday, May 5, so take your teacher hat off at 11:30 AM and enjoy the remainder of your day.  You deserve it!   Please note that Mr. Connor, our Superintendent, has requested your child write a note, draw a picture, or create a quick video that honors the seniors (the class of 2020) and send them to him in digital form (    

Also, Kira Thompson, our PTO President, is still hoping to collect Remote Learning photographs to include in this year's yearbook.  Please send her these pictures, in actual size, to the following email,, and do not forget to give her your child’s name and grade.  

Next week, you will hear from me about a plan that details the closing of schools, which will include opportunities for the following:

  • Return to school to collect personal belongings

  • Return library books, instruments, and/or chromebooks

  • Distribution of yearbooks

  • End of year celebrations

Finally, I continue to be very proud of the hard work of our teachers, students, and families in regards to Remote Learning.  You may have noticed that many of our teachers have added small group learning opportunities, in addition to their whole class google hangouts and already established office hours.  Keep up the great work and please remember that help is only an email away, should you need it. 

Posted 4/28/2020

I hope all of you are staying well and keeping active on the nicer days.  I also want to note how very impressed I am by your children as I engage with them on Google Meets or see the work they turn in to their teachers.  This is a different way of teaching and learning as well as a different way of communicating on a regular basis.  It’s hard but the Tatham community is staying strong.  Please know how very much you are all appreciated and missed. 
Please consider joining the PTO on a virtual meeting this Thursday at 6PM.

 We are really looking forward to connecting, discussing remote learning, and how to make the end of the year great given these difficult times.  In addition, Kira Thompson is collecting remote learning pictures from the families to add to the yearbook (not screenshots but actual pictures of creative projects/learning).  Please send these pictures in actual size, with your child's name and teacher, to and/or the Tatham FB page. 

In addition, School Council will be meeting next Tuesday morning 8-8:45 AM.  If you are interested in joining that virtual meeting, please email me for the link as well.     

Posted 4/23/2020 

Governor Baker has extended school closure through the end of this school year.  The last day of school/remote learning will be Tuesday, June 16.

PTO, School Council, the staff and I will work together to make the remainder of the year as meaningful and special as possible given our social distancing guildelines.  Stay tuned...

We are in our third week of remote learning and our sixth week at home.  While kinks continue to be worked out, I know the frustrastion level remains high, at times (on many levels).  Please DO NOT vent your frustrations on the school's forums or platforms (i.e, ClassTag); rather, email the teacher and/or me directly and let us troubleshoot with you.  We are in this together.  Stay strong, connected, and respectful, Tatham!  We got this! 

Posted 4/15/2020

What a BEAUTIFUL VIDEO FROM THE STUDENTS & FAMILIES OF TATHAM SCHOOL TO THE STAFF!  Thank you, Krislyn Renaud, ABA Para at Tatham AND parent of John Bocon (Gr. 1) and Charlotte Bocon (Gr. 2), for putting effort into creating this for all of us! 

 Click here for YouTube video...

Trimester 2 report cards will be distributed via email on Friday, April 17.  It is important that we have an accurate email for each family. By now, I believe all teachers have accurate emails per family but if that is not the case, please reach out to me with your email.  

The West Springfield School Committee voted to cancel the April vacation and continue remote learning. As a result, The last day of school will now be June 16, 2020, for Grades 1-11 and June 11, 2020, for Grades EC and Kindergarten.

Please note: Schools/Remote Learning (as well as Meal Distribution) will be CLOSED Monday, April 20, 2020 in observance of Patriots Day. 

Posted 4/9/2020

First and foremost, I want to thank the staff and the students who showed up this week with a healthy dose of patience and enthusiasm for Remote Learning.  Please know that next week will seem like the second week of school, all over again, where new routines continue to be established and teachers begin to expect more as they see fit.  With this in mind, please know that communication is key...if it’s too much, tell your child’s teacher...if it’s not enough, ask what else your child can access for enrichment. There are many teachers at Tatham, in addition to your classroom teacher, that are working hard to provide support and prepare meaningful learning opportunities.   

Please remember that I update the website regularly in an effort to keep you informed.  For example, I’ve added contact information and office hours for all of our staff AS WELL AS jokes for kids that you can share at your leisure.  In addition, you can access Tatham’s plan for Remote Learning on both the Tatham page and the Districts’ COVID-19 website. As always, know you can reach out to me with questions and/or feedback.  

Trimester 2 report cards will be distributed via email on Friday, April 17.  It is important that we have an accurate email for each family. By now, I believe all teachers have accurate emails per family but if that is not the case, please reach out to me with your email.  

The West Springfield School Committee voted to cancel the April vacation and continue remote learning. As a result, The last day of school will now be June 16, 2020, for Grades 1-11 and June 11, 2020, for Grades EC and Kindergarten.

Please note: Schools/Remote Learning (as well as Meal Distribution) will be closed tomorrow April 10, in observance of Good Friday and April 20, 2020, in observance of Patriots Day. 

Posted 4/7/2020

Tatham Contact Info & Staff's Office Hours

Posted 4/6/2020 

A Joke A keep humor in your home.

 Remote Learning is off to a great start!  Thank you for your patience and support.

Click here for more information about Tatham's plan for “Remote Learning.”

Posted 4/5/2020

Tutorial Videos for Parents from Bill Preye, technology teacher:

How to Log into Clever, Google Classroom, and Google Accounts

Posted 4/3/2020

Click here for more information about Tatham's plan for “Remote Learning.”

New Resources as of 3/31/2020: 
 How to sign into your Google Account - Watch Video


Suggestions for families during COVID-19 from the School Adjustment Counselor, Mr. Doyle

Chromebook Agreement Form

A message from Principal Kate Morneau 3/30/2020:

Today, Tatham teachers spent some time at school getting materials needed to plan and teach from home.  Tatham is simply not the same without your children. But, the teachers rallied together and made a let you know WE LOVE & MISS YOU!  We can’t wait for you to check it out! TATHAM TIGERS - WE MISS YOU VIDEO

Stay well, Tatham Families.  Mrs. Kate Morneau


Information/Resources around the Coronavirus can be found at this link (Click on the link on the banner at the top of the District page).  

Parent Resources around the Coronavirus can be found at this link.

PDF Resource: Stop the Spread of Germs

Click here to view a letter from Principal Kate Morneau. 

While "Remote Learning" will officially begin on April 13, please click on these grade level links for educational opportunities for Tatham students. 

Grade 1

Grade 2

Grade 3: Part 1Part 2Part 3

 Grade 4  (Cover Letter)

Grade 5


For more, please visit the teacher websites under STAFF & CLASSROOM CONNECTIONS.

In addition, please feel free to access this document for more links...I continue to add to this document daily.

Medication: Please request medication pick up by e-mailing Cathy Draghetti directly: Feel free to copy me on the request:

Questions: Parents/Families...Please email me with any questions.  If I cannot answer them, I will refer you to the appropriate person.  As you can imagine, Tim Connor (Interim Superintendent) is getting inundated with emails.  We are all in this together.  As I get information, I am updating this website.  Thank you!  

 From the District:

 Posted 3/30/2020

West Side Distance Learning Plan.pdf  : Also posted on 

Parents/Guardians should look at this document as a District level overarching guide that will be refined at the building and classroom levels. Please feel free to reach out to your child's building principal for any questions or concerns. As I said to the full faculty this morning, do not go into this thinking this will resemble anything like our day to day instruction. This is uncharted waters and as a community, we will continue to try to do the very best for our kids. We have removed as many barriers as possible to ensure the most realistic learning experience we can. Continue to look for more information coming on the Chromebook distribution early this week. I expressed to the faculty this morning to use this unique time to be creative, have fun with lesson designs and be sure we communicate, communicate, communicate!! 

Finally, one of our biggest concerns is as the weather begins to warm-up, the desire for our kids to gather will rise. Please continue to talk with your kids about social-distancing, why we need to social-distance and make good and understandably hard decisions (especially for teenagers) to not gather. As a community, we know this will eventually hit us but the more we can stay on point with our practices the better chance we can reduce the impact on our neighbors, friends, families, and community. 

Stay safe, we got this!!! 

Tim Connor, Interim Superintendent

I am writing with an update on Chromebook Distribution: Please pay strict attention to the directions the principals are providing and have designed to be sure we are practicing social distancing. 

Who are the Chromebooks for? 

The Chromebooks are being dispersed to families who do not have a device at home for their child to access the internet. If you have a laptop, PC, Ipad or any other device, you are good to go. You do not need a Chromebook specifically for the work being assigned. 

How many Chromebooks per family are allowed? 

We are starting off with one Chromebook per family to be sure we have enough to go around. If we find that we have extra Chromebook we will offer another wave of distribution. 

Which school do I go to if I have kids that attend other more than one school? 

Go to the school closest to your home. 

How will I know the day and time of the pickup? 

Each principal will be sending out a School Messenger later today to indicate their time, date, and process. 

Will I need to sign a waiver form accepting the Chromebook and its liability? 

Yes, we will need Chromebook's to return to the District. We are asking that you speak with your child about the care of the device. 

Posted 3/25/2020

Governor Baker issued an extension to school closures...until May 4.  

Posted 3/20/2020

1. MCAS Waiver: President Trump waived all federal requirements for standardized testing under federal law. This means states will now vote on whether to apply for the waiver to the USDOE. Stay tuned.

2. Academic Preparation/Planning: The school current work provided to your student(s) is designed to review standards previously learned or enrichment work. This work will not be graded or used in the grading process. The guidance from the state is to focus on skill maintenance and enrichment activities. We are expecting more guidance from the Massachusetts Department of Education should the closure go beyond April 6. I will be meeting with building administration on Monday to continue thinking about educational opportunities for our kids should the closure be extended.  

Posted 3/18/2020

The district has shared this link to the Community Resources Guide - it's a shareable link to the document, so any updates will be viewable in real time.  This Guide, as well as a complement of other helpful documents, links and information, is posted on the district's Coronavirus Website (found in the top/banner section of

Posted 3/16/2020

"After many discussions with State and local public health officials, emergency management officials, and local superintendents, The seven school districts that make up the Lower Pioneer Valley Educational Collaborative are making the decision to close schools beginning Monday, March 16th  through March 27th (now through 4/6 as per Governor Baker). 

We want to stress that this closure is not due to a confirmed local case of Covid-19 or any concern with the health and safety of our school buildings. This action is in alignment with Public Health best practices. Primary prevention – comes into play in the pre-disease phase. It is an important step to take before people or the community are exposed. Intervention at this phase will hopefully prevent our students, teachers, and staff from ever becoming infected.

We are at a critical point for this outbreak of Covid-19. This action is a deliberate and proactive step made by all of the LPVEC school districts with a goal to prevent the spread and reduce the number of people who may become infected in our area.

The LPVEC school districts will use all available resources and information throughout the next two weeks to assess this rapidly evolving situation.  During that time, we will be providing updates to our families, staff and the greater community.

The teachers and building administrators worked today (3/13/2020) to put activities together to help maintain skills. Obviously, in this situation, things will not be perfect. The mindset from the District and the state is simply providing families with educational opportunities that support maintaining academic skills and not necessarily new content.  We are encouraging families to continually visit the WSPS and building based web-sites for on-going district and individual school information.

Posted 3/17/2020 

What about travel? 

Good afternoon: Please find the latest updated travel guidance from the Center for Disease Control. Obviously, April is a big travel time for families and we want to be sure you have the latest updates and bans.

Tim Connor

Interim Superintendent

Distributed via the CDC Health Alert Network
March 15, 2020, 5:45 PM ET
Updated: March 17, 2020, 12:10 PM ET

Information and Guidance about Global Travel on Cruise Ships, Including River Cruises, due to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends all persons defer any travel on cruise ships, including river cruises, worldwide because of the increased risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission onboard ships.Deferring travel is especially important for older adults and all people with serious chronic medical conditions (such as heart disease, diabetes or lung disease), because of their increased risk for severe disease. This health update provides information to clinicians and state and local health departments about the current coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) situation and the risks associated with travel on cruise ships, including river cruises.

Cruise ship passengers, including those who take river cruises, are at increased risk of exposure to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. In the past month, there have been reports of outbreaks of COVID-19 among passengers and crew on cruises. Recent examples include 696 cases and 8 deaths on theDiamond Princesscruise ship in Japan, 28 cases on theGrand Princesscruise ship in the United States, and at least 60 cases in 15 states associated with multiple Nile River voyages in Egypt as of March 14, 2020. Illness onset occurred both onboard ships and after passengers returned to the United States. The proximity of passengers and crew on small ships and boats traveling on rivers may result in an even higher number of COVID-19 infections.

Recommendations for Clinicians
Ask all patients about their planned or recent cruise ship travel, including river cruises.

  1. Pre-travel advice
    1. Advise patients to defer all cruise ship travel, including river cruises, worldwide.
    2. Explain that their return travel to the United States may be impacted, and formal quarantine procedures may be implemented if confirmed cases are identified on board.
    3. Explain that appropriate medical care or medical evacuation may not be available internationally.
    4. Explain that some countries may refuse docking or disembarkation if there are known or suspected cases on board.
    5. For patients who still intend to cruise, advise them to
      1. Stay in their cabin and notify the onboard medical center immediately if they get sick with fever, new or worsening cough, or trouble breathing during their cruise.
      2. Stay home for 14 days after returning from travel, practice social distancing, and monitor their health both during travel and after they return. Social distancing means staying out of crowded places, avoiding group gatherings, and maintaining distance (approximately 6 feet or 2 meters) from others, when possible.
  2. Post-travel management
    1. Tell patients to follow CDC’s guidance on steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19 ( if they develop acute febrile or respiratory illness after travel.
    2. Implement recommended infection prevention and control practices ( if you suspect a patient has COVID-19.
    3. Immediately notify the local health department ( if a patient meets clinical and epidemiologic criteria for a person under investigation (PUI) ( for COVID-19 and test as appropriate.

Recommendations for State and Local Health Departments
CheckThe Epidemic Information Exchange(Epi-X) notification system for information on COVID-19 cases on cruise ships and river cruises. In accordance with the Level 3 travel warning ( for cruise ships, cruise travelers should stay home for 14 days after returning from travel, monitor their health, and practice social distancing.

For More Information
State and local health departments can contact CDC’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) at 770-488-7100 for assistance with obtaining, storing, and shipping appropriate specimens to CDC for testing, including after hours, weekends, or holidays.


Did you know Tatham School has a CLIMATE TEAM?  The Climate Team facilitated a successful fundraiser, thanks to YOU, to support our mission to support all students at Tatham in a variety of ways.  111 cases of chocolate were SOLD, which means we have thousands of dollars to spend on our Tatham students!  THANK YOU! 








The West Springfield Public Schools supports two research-based teaching approaches: Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) and Responsive Classroom (RC).  Both have been shown to effectively sustain a learning environment where everyone respects, learns and grows in a safe and enriching environment.  

Tatham School integrates the acronym “L.O.O.P.” into agreed upon behavioral expectations in every school setting. The settings include the cafeteria, playground, bus, hallways, classrooms and bathrooms. 

Respecting “L.O.O.P.” means that each of us is responsible to: 

Respect Learning 

Respect Ourselves

Respect Others and 

Respect Property

Tatham School Staff recognizes students every day displaying LOOP behaviors. Students who are “in the LOOP” earn both tangible and intangible rewards that are meaningful, celebratory and community building. 

The Climate Team Committee

Mrs. Kate Morneau (Principal) / Mr. Eric Doyle (School Adjustment Counselor)

Ms. Caitlin Doyle (ABA Teacher) / Mrs. Amy D’Angelo (Grade 1 Teacher)

Mrs. Maura Cote (Grade 1 Teacher) / Mrs. Melissa Martin (Grade 1 Teacher)

Mrs. Kara Guimond (Grade 2 Teacher) / Mrs. Lisa Towle (Grade 2 Teacher)

Ms. Monica Daena (Grade 4 Teacher) / Ms. Maura Lunney (Grade 5 Teacher)

*The Climate Team works diligently to foster a positive school community by hosting

 school spirit days, creating and sharing whole school rules, and 

providing resources and incentives to support a respectful school climate.  

School Council Voting Members

Mrs. Kate Morneau (Principal)

Mrs. Amy D'Angelo (Grade 1 Teacher)

Mrs. April Prior (Special Education Teacher)

Mrs. Lauren Krok (Parent)

Mrs. Adrienne Latham (Parent)

Mrs. Erin Luchenbill (Parent)

 Weather Changes

As the seasons change, so does the weather; however, we will continue to go outside whenever possible (so long as the wind chill and/or temperature is not below 25 degrees).  Please make sure your child dresses appropriately for outdoor recess. If you need any help outfitting your child with a winter coat, please reach out to our School Adjustment Counselor ( or myself (  We are happy to help secure a coat for your child.

Click Thought Exchange Results to see your feedback on what annual activities and events you value and what other events you would like to see at Tatham. 

Thank you for your particiaption.  


Tatham students are saving their money!  Westfield Bank comes every Monday to deposit money brought in by students.  See photo below.

Thank you to Coach's Ice Cream for sponsoring our BIRTHDAY BOARD!


Tatham’s school day begins daily at 8:05 AM.  Instruction begins promptly at 8:30 AM. Dismissal begins at 2:45 PM.  Attention to attendance and non-interrupted learning time is pivotal to your child’s success as a responsible learner.  Please make every effort to schedule appointments for your child either on days off from school or after school. Also, please make every effort to schedule vacations on our scheduled school vacation weeks.  You can find this year’s school calendar on the district website, in addition to many other resources.  


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