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20-21 Kindergarten Information

Good Morning Lindbergh Families,

I hope you are all healthy and safe. It is hard to believe it has been two months since we have been in school. Please let the boys and girls know how much we miss them and can’t wait to see them. As the weather begins to warm up, I hope you are able to get outside to enjoy it.

Like many other things, we have spent endless hours trying to develop new ways of doing things given the circumstances we are currently in. Attached below you will find a link to a slide show developed by myself and my KG teacher team. We tried to provide as much information as we could to help you in this process. If you still have questions, please feel free to reach out to us. The presentation has some live links to the district registration page and other important sites. It also includes contact information.

This week, we will also be mailing home our informational packets to families that have already done the online registration, pre-enrolled, and the families that completed our survey on the Lindbergh blog. We will try our best to continue to mail these as more families register.

Kindergarten Roundup Presentation

Have a wonderful day!

Ms. Tiba

Material Distribution

Dear Parents, 

This week we will be offering a pick-up of some instructional material your child’s teacher has prepared.  The prepared material will vary from class to class and your child’s teacher will let you know what you will need to pick up, if anything. To avoid large crowds and provide an opportunity for families with multiple children, the pick up will happen based on the first letter of your last name.

On Tuesday, May 5 from 1-3 pm, the pick-up will be for families whose last name starts with the letter A-M.  And on Wednesday, May 6 from 1-3 pm, will be for families whose last name starts with N-Z.  The materials will be set up on the South playground (where K-2 lineup).  

The material will be placed on carts by grade level and teacher name. We ask that parents come alone with a mask, stand in line until they are asked to come forward and collect their children’s materials from the carts.  We kindly request that you just grab the top book and do not shuffle through them and as always practice safe distancing.  There will be cones and tape on the floor to also help guide the flow.

If you have any questions, please let us know.

Stay safe,

Ms. Tiba

Chromebook Pick-up

Good Morning Parents,

I hope you all had an enjoyable weekend and a chance to get outside. I also wanted to wish those of you observing, a Ramadan Mubarak.

Last week, we were informed that several students across the district were making bad choices when using Google Meets live. For this reason, it has been disabled for students and staff were asked to only use prerecorded sessions. Over the next week or so, we will be looking into other platforms to be able to offer live sessions while ensuring the safety and security of our students and staff. We appreciate your continued support and understanding.

Today, Monday, April 27 from 2-4 pm we will be distributing Chromebooks once again. If you completed the survey online, we will have a Chromebook ready for you. Please remember to come alone, practice social distancing, and bring your own writing utensil. We will ask that one person at a time come to the table, we will have a computer placed on the table with two forms. You will complete and sign the two forms, then you will take the computer, charger and one form with you. The other form will be left on the table and we will collect it. This process will repeat for each family collecting a computer.

Finally, if you haven’t had a chance to complete the survey, please do so. This information is valuable to ensure we are continuing to do our best to meet the needs of our families. Click for SURVEY

Have a wonderful day!

Ms. Tiba

Lindbergh Continuity Plan Parent Survey

Dear Parents,

I hope you and your family are safe and healthy. Today we completed the first week of our new Continuity plan guidelines and I am seeking your feedback. Below is a short survey to help us better understand the needs of the community as a whole. The collected results will allow us to make some well-informed decisions moving forward. It is anonymous and greatly appreciated.

Click here: SURVEY

Stay well and take care

Ms. Tiba

Continuity of Learning Plan update

Good Morning Lindbergh Families,

Hope you and your family are staying safe and healthy.  As the weather begins to warm up, we hope you will be able to get outside and enjoy some time in the sun.  Our primary goal throughout this all is to ensure the physical, social and emotional well being of each child while providing them with essential learning that will help them be as successful as possible in the long term.  Our challenge continues to be the lack of face to face interactions that tends to provide us with meaningful feedback to help gauge the decisions we are making.  Given our current circumstances, we are truly relying heavily on two-way communication.  If we continue to be proactive in seeking feedback and communicating concerns/questions/appreciations, we will get through this triumphantly.  

This week we begin implementing the new District Continuity Plan and for most of us not much will change as we have been doing it already for the last seven weeks.  If at any point you have questions, please feel free to reach out to your child’s teacher to provide some clarification or answers.   Some of the changes you may notice are the use of live/video recorded sessions, office hours for teacher availability, and the expectation for student participation with the assignment of grades.  The plan is new and involves many stakeholders, we greatly appreciate your advance support and understanding as we work through it and make adjustments as needed.

To ensure students have access to technology, we will again be offering a Chromebook distribution day next week for those needing one.  If your child needs a Chromebook, please complete this survey so that we may prepare one for you to pick up.  If you already have a Chromebook but need an additional one for another Lindbergh student, please feel free to complete the survey.

Below are some links to the Dearborn Public School Continuity Plan

Thank you for all you continue to do to support the Lindbergh community.

Update

Lindbergh Community

I hope you and your family are healthy and safe during this unprecedented time. I understand and appreciate all of the continued commitment we are making for the social/emotional and academic needs of our students. Each day tons of information is being sent our way virtually and we are all trying our best to navigate through it all and do what works best for our families. Communication, patience and understanding are key.

I have some updates that I would like to send out and will continue to update as needed:

  1. Spring Pictures and yearbooks are on our radar and we are in communication with Lifetouch regarding their delivery to get them into the hands of families that paid for them. If you’ve already ordered your pictures, they will be handed out when the stay at home order is lifted. If you haven’t ordered, you can call 1-800-736-4753 and Lifetouch will help locate your access credentials to place your order.
  2. As a district we have been provided with various organizations that are willing to help families in need during this time. If you are in need of assistance, please send me an email and I will try my best to help. We are in this together.
  3. KG registrations-We are still working through the best possible way to move forward with this. Our plan is to do a recorded presentation of our KG round-up and post it online. This will include information on how to register and what to expect moving forward. In order to ensure we are including all incoming students, please fill out our survey on the blog. This is under the Kindergarten and Young Fives tab. This will provide us with some basic information and allow us to include you directly in our communications.
  4. I realize some students still have items in school. Please note that until the stay at home order is lifted there is no access to the school building. As soon as the order is lifted, we will develop a safe plan to allow parents/students to come collect their belongings.

If you have any other questions, please let us know. Have a wonderful weekend.

Scholastic Online Book Fair

The PTA is hosting an online book fair which runs April 8 through April 21. There’s a wide selection of materials for all ages—pre-K through high school—including books, educational workbooks, puzzles, arts and crafts, building sets, and more. Check out the “shop by grade level or age” feature.

Lindbergh earns 25% with every purchase when you click “Shop Now” from our webpage: https://www.scholastic.com/bf/lindberghflyers(The shopping will not be activated until April 8.)

In order for our school to receive credit for your purchases, you must start from that specific book fair homepage (not a Scholastic Book Club or related site) and sign in. You do not have to be a Lindbergh parent to shop… so share with your friends!

All purchases ship directly to customers, with FREE standard shipping when you spend $25 or more (on books only – not the junky stuff).

Thank you for supporting our school and we hope that this opportunity to find new books provides some joy during this uncertain time. Keep reading, Flyers!

Spring Break April 6-10

Lindbergh Community,

I hope each and everyone of you are healthy and safe. The last three weeks have been filled with emotions, uncertainly and appreciation for the things we have. Although this spring break is unique it will provide us with some time to Sharpen the Saw at home. I challenge parents, students, and staff to take this week to take care of ourselves by eating right, exercising and sleeping well. Focus our energy on what is most important!

We will reconnect on April 13th, have a safe and restful break!

Ms. Tiba