Parents who weren’t able to make it to school today may pick up student report cards at the gym entrance from eight to noon Wednesday through Friday of this week ONLY (May 27th-29th). Any report card not picked up by Friday will have to be picked up in August when we return to school.
Reminder: Wyandotte report card/student materials pick-up will be Tuesday, May 26 from 10:00-11:30. Cars will line up on Glenwood Street and will proceed left onto Roderick Street. Teachers will distribute materials curbside; it will not be necessary for anyone to get out of the vehicle. It would be helpful if each car has a visible sign with student name(s). The Morgan City Police Department will direct traffic to ensure safety. Thank you for your patience as we hope to ensure a smooth procedure. We look forward to seeing you and hope you have a great summer!
Wyandotte Parents- Our phones lines are currently down. We are working to with the district to get it repaired as soon as possible. If you have any questions, please feel free to email Ms. Danielle at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, our main entrance is currently under construction. If you have any packets to drop off, you can do so at our temporary summer office located in the gym. The office can be accessed through the glass gym doors along Glenwood St.
The Trunk Drive has been rescheduled for Tuesday, May 26th from 10:00-11:30 AM. In addition to the schedule change, there will be a change in location. Due to ongoing construction, we will have to utilize the Roderick St. side of our school. Parents will drive students through the parking lot to receive report cards and an end of the year treat from their teachers. There will be one car per grade level due to the lack of space. SPED will use one car as well. Please keep the students inside your vehicle, and use extra caution to ensure everyone's safety. We look forward to seeing you all!
Please join us to celebrate the end of this school year. Parents are asked to go through the car rider line with their student(s). Teachers will pass treats to their students while they remain in their vehicles for everyone's safety.
Parents, someone will be in the GYM office on Tuesday and Thursday from 8-10 am this week to receive PreK-K and other registration information. Please press the buzzer on the wall by the GYM glass doors to gain attention.
Please bring copies of your child’s birth certificate, social security card, immunization record, proof of address(electric bill in parents name, drivers license ,State ID card, lease or mortgage statement) and proof of income (2 current check stubs, current SNAP benefit letter with student name) We ask that only one parent with a mask come to register the child. No children are allowed on campus at this time. Further details can be found on our websitewww.stmaryk12.net.
Thesupport@mealstoyou.orgis only to report problems with damaged boxes. If the parent has any other questions or problems, please have them email@example.com. It is my understanding that the second shipment has started reaching our students. If a student did not receive the first shipment, have the parent report it firstname.lastname@example.org. I did receive the following communication from Baylor University concerning deliveries which may help you answer questions:
We want to share the information we are learning from our shipping partners. We work directly with UPS, USPS, and FedEx for deliveries and they often rely on each other for a portion of their delivery process. As you are aware, the food supply, economy, shipping industry, and workforce are all experiencing unprecedented strain and change. These changes mean that in many rural communities there is an incredible disruption in the carriers’ ability to deliver the number of boxes needed as quickly as we’d all like. In fact, we have been told that, due to such drastically increased shipping variability, current shipping times areaveragingup to ten days in some areas. And while the carriers are doing everything that they can to correct the slow delivery time, these strains also mean that the carriers’ notification systems are often incorrect and therefore an unreliable source of delivery information.
When planning for delivery delays, keep in mind that the first shipment to a community is the one most likely to be late. As the carriers redeploy assets to address the influx of boxes, subsequent shipments are expected to be faster. The carrier’s handling time does not affect our shipping schedule, so shipments 1 & 2 may be very close together.
We are working with the carriers to supply them with whatever information and support we can, but ultimately, we cannot control the time it takes for a box to be delivered once it leaves the vendor. The carriers assure us that they are working through these challenges and we trust that is the case.
We understand that the reality of the shipping industry’s struggle during this global crisis doesn’t change the brutal fact that your families need this food. We grasp the seriousness of this challenge and are doing everything in our control to address the timeliness of food deliveries.
Wyandotte Parents: Here are a few important notes you need:
1. PREK-K registration is Thursday, May 7th from 10-2. Parents may NOT bring students and MUST wear masks. Please spread the word.
2. Student packets are due by next Friday, May 8th. A box has been placed by the front door so you can drop them off at any time. A drive-by time to drop off packets is set for Friday, May 8th from 3:30-5:30.
3. Faculty Appreciation is next week May 4-8. We would like to have parents, students, and the community to write cards, notes, or draw pictures for all our staff. A box will be labeled in the front of school and can be dropped off beginning tomorrow, Friday May 1. Please help us encourage our faculty at this time.
Wyandotte's staff will teach so that all students can learn.
March 9, 2020 - March 13, 2020
Posted by Gidget Everitt on 3/6/2020
Student:"Don't let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do." -John Wooden
Staff:"Be brave, teachers. Today you may face big challenges, impossible tasks or difficult problems. Or you may not, and your students might. Whatever the case, put on your brave face and teach on!" -Unknown
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