Superintendent's Message, October 1, 2020

  • Dr. Ian Saltzman

  • We are grateful for the outstanding partnerships we have with our school families, caregivers and community helping ensure students receive the best education possible while staying safe and healthy. We are pleased to share, with the stable COVID-19 cases in Snohomish County, along with precautions we are putting in place in our buildings and for students and staff, we are making steady progress toward bringing students back into classrooms.

    Part of the planning requires getting information from families on whether they prefer the remote learning model or would like their child to attend class in person in a hybrid model. We would appreciate your input in this quick survey asking how remote learning is going, how we can improve and asking for your thoughts on Hybrid versus 100% remote (the survey will be open until 10 p.m., October 4). This is a “temperature check” only and does not commit families to one model at this time but will help our planning over the next several weeks.

    When more details are finalized, there will be a subsequent survey asking for a selection and commitment to Hybrid models or 100% remote

    Be well,

    Dr. Ian B. Saltzman, Superintendent