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It has been very exciting to finally have our students who chose the Modified In-Person model back on our campuses for the past two weeks. While the start of the school year has had its trials and tribulations, we hope that as we prepare to begin the second quarter, things start to settle down for our students. We understand the challenges that came for both parents and students in trying to decide which of our two learning models was best and we desire for all students to find success in their learning. As we begin the second quarter, we would ask that both parents and students take the time to reflect on the learning model that you chose to start the year and to evaluate whether or not you would like to stay with that model when we start the new semester on January 5th. If you wish to change the learning model you chose originally, please communicate with your child’s counselor in advance so that a change can be made. These unprecedented times that we are in have certainly made things much more complicated for students, staff, and families. It is important to remember that as we look at what learning model is best for students, we should also make sure we are focusing on their social and emotional well-being. Teenagers are very social by nature and making sure that their social needs are being met in either learning model is also very important. I hope you have a wonderful fall break and I look forward to seeing you around our school campuses soon.