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The 4th grade had a MLK day. All lessons were focused on Martin Luther King, Jr. The most fun being the collaborative poster that is now hanging near the office. view image

All Saints Central

All Saints Central

Due to an impact COVID-19 could possibly have on us during this holiday season, we have decided to be proactive and make some changes to our Christmas Break schedule. As always, we continue to consult with the Bay County Health Department (BCHD) regarding the safety of our students and our plan for either in-person or virtual instruction. -The last day of instruction for students in Pre-12 will be Friday, December 18. -There will be NO SCHOOL (virtually or in-person) on Monday, December 21 and Tuesday, December 22. -“Christmas Break” officially begins on Wednesday, December 23-Sunday, January 3. -Monday, January 4-Friday, January 8 students in Pre-12 will remain home and instruction will be remote. It is our hope that by acting proactively and moving to remote learning for those first five days of January, we could help to reduce the expected increase in Covid cases in the county.  Parents, please be sure to instruct your student to take home all necessary materials on Friday, December 18 so they will be able to effectively engage in remote learning beginning on Monday, January 4.  A letter from our Superintendent, Cormac Lynn, and Principals Robert Milne and Lisa Rhodus was sent to you today, please look for that correspondence in your Skyward/ email. We will continue to update you with relevant information when and if it becomes available. 

All Saints Central

All Saints Central

Wishing All of Our Families a Blessed and Very Happy Thanksgiving. view image

All Saints Central

All Saints Central

It’s a different world right now and Mrs. Heintskill’s fifth grade class put their feelings down in the form of a book. These are just some of the pages that these students wrote and illustrated to share what it was like to have class virtually, how they see the world, and how a quarantine has changed things. The class worked very hard on this book and together made decisions on the cover, its title and dedication page.  One day these fifth grade students will look back on the year 2020 and they will always have this worthwhile keepsake.  view image

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