Press Release

Dear Parents, Guardians Staff and Community Members,

 

Covid-19 has disrupted our nation, state, community, and most significantly, our lives. For the last several months, our communities have pulled together, adjusting to a new way of working, living--and for our students and families--learning.


I’d like to start by saying thanks. Our staff, families and community quickly adjusted to our “new normal” which required students to stay home and staff to make massive shifts in how they delivered instruction. I am incredibly proud of how we partnered to make it through the spring. Many families faced huge challenges during that time including coping with illness, financial hardships, and juggling a whole new set of demands. I’m not sure how we did it, but we did.


As we look toward the fall, your dedication, flexibility and determination will continue to be needed. The threat of Covid-19 will still be with us and some argue that fall may present even greater challenges. Because of this, SCC administration, in collaboration with key officials in health and safety, are working diligently to craft a plan that helps us to keep students and staff safe while educating students to the best of our ability. We don’t simply want to “survive” the fall, we want to thrive as a school community. Our plan will include the flexibility to move from face-to-face to online learning should the situation warrant including special training for our teachers so that these transitions are done in a quality way.


As we forge through the months ahead, we encourage our Titan family to remain flexible and innovative. Together, we will not just return to learn in the fall, but return to an even greater commitment to ensuring that our students are provided with the highest quality education we can possibly provide. Stay tuned for further details.


Educationally,


Brad Anderson
Superintendent