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  • We know that there are many families who are struggling financially because of the economic impact of the shelter-in-place restrictions. We also know that families might be dealing with issues related to housing, mental health, or immigration. Our District has compiled a list of organizations that you can contact for assistance. The list is available on the District’s eLearning website.

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  • While schools are closed, Kennedy is one of 17 locations throughout our District that will distribute meals every day to all students up to 18 years old, regardless of what school they attend; each student receives breakfast and lunch. We haven’t seen a lot of Kennedy students, so we want to remind students that if they cannot come to Kennedy for meals, there are other sites that may be closer to home. Visit wccusd.net/districtclosure for a complete list of meal distribution sites.

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  • Since March 16, most Kennedy teachers have been giving students assignments to complete via distance learning. Most of the assignments are focused on reviewing concepts students have already learned, or are focused on educating students about the coronavirus pandemic. As the District mentioned last week in one of its daily Email messages, we transitioned very quickly to the distance learning model, and we are still working to create a structure that works for all students.

    Your student should check in daily with their teachers via their District Email account or Google Classroom, and they should also complete any missing work that was assigned before March 16. Click here for a list of the Google Classroom codes for all Kennedy teachers. You will receive more information during the week of March 30 from the District about grades and distance learning.

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  • As we continue to implement our new schoolwide expectations -- Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Engaged -- one of our key focus areas is attendance. We need all students to Be Responsible by arriving to every class, on time, ready to learn.

    Frequent absences can be a sign that a student is losing interest in school, struggling with school work, dealing with a bully or facing some other potentially serious difficulty.

    Families: we continue to ask for your help to prioritize attendance and to communicate with us so that we can help you and your students improve their attendance. 

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