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A Note from Mr. Barrett

It’s hard to believe we haven’t been together in person as a community since March, and I am very much looking forward to kicking off the 2020–2021 school year. While learning and teaching remotely, our students and faculty adapted, adjusted, and innovated. We will move forward this fall with the same spirit and flexibility to meet our students where they are academically, socially, and emotionally. 


The High School campus is quieter than in past summers, but it’s also buzzing with activity as we plan for the fall. Our students are always at the center of what we do, and their health, safety, and emotional well-being are our top priority. The High School administration and faculty, facilities department, and Emergency Response Team have been hard at work over the summer, making sure our campus is in compliance with state and federal guidelines. 


While the campus will look and feel different this year, our commitment to helping them succeed will be the same and remains the core of our mission. Thank you for trusting us and know that we will be prepared to adjust to whatever lies ahead.  We are grateful for your support.


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