LETTER TO FAMILIES
November 6, 2020
Dear Tenino Families:
Thurston County Superintendents met this week with the Thurston County Public Health and Social Services Health Officer Dr. Abdelmalek. During the past two weeks, COVID transmissions in the county have continued to rise. As a result, we will continue to serve students in the current instructional model. The current remote learning model will continue through December of 2020. To read Dr. Abdelmalek’s most recent letter click the following link:
I am disappointed that we will not be able to transition to more in-person learning for your children. That said, because we have been teaching small groups of students in-person and safely, we will continue to provide these services. Finally, we will continue to plan and prepare for in-person instruction and will be ready to transition to in-person learning when permitted.
Thank you for your support and patience. As always, if you or your child need support during online learning please connect with your child’s teacher or your child’s school principal.
We will continue to communicate updates as they occur.
Joe Belmonte, Superintendent