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Bridge Week at a Glance, May 4-8

Week at a Glance: May 4th – 8th, 2020 Please click on this link for a special video

message from all of us at Bridge:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoCL7SrJSP4

Thanks again for your continued support for your children and their learning, as well as your patience and understanding and kind words of support you have provided our staff as this new way of learning continues to evolve.

Special thanks to Mrs. Lin for putting this slideshow together – we hope you enjoy it.

It is hard to believe that May is upon us and the daffodils and tulips our students planted in our courtyard and front entrance earlier in the year are now in full bloom.

We hope that this week finds you happy, safe and healthy - and that you the get the chance to take in the sights and smells of the cherry blossoms, May flowers and everything that the outdoors brings to us here in BC at this beautiful time of the year.

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Monday 4

Welcome to Week #5 of “At-Home” Learning

For our Star Wars fans (aka Monsieur Reed) we hope the force is with you on this Monday May the 4th!

Tuesday 5

“At-Home” learning continues

Remember to do what you can, when you can, if you

Wednesday 6

“At-Home” learning continues

Your teachers are available to help you if you need it.

Thursday 7

“At-Home” learning continues

We are in this together and we know you are doing your best!

Friday 8

“At-Home” learning continues

Thank you for that you are doing to help your child adjust to this new way of learning.

Pro-D Day Friday May 15th

Bridge Teachers and EAs will be participating in on-line professional development learning opportunities and webinars on this day. Thus, there will be no at-home learning activities planned for students on this date.

New Playground Update:

We have begun discussions with our School District Grounds Staff and several playground providers with hopes of constructing the playground as soon as possible. Also, we will be seeking feedback and input from our students, staff and PAC very soon regarding the elements and play features they would like to see as we work to make a great playground for all to enjoy in the years to come. Stay tuned for more information in the coming weeks.

At Home Learning and Instruction Update:

Please see the attached documents from Christel Brautigam, Director of Instruction – Curriculum and Technology, for Richmond schools.

“Your Child’s Learning Is Continuing”

This document addresses some of the frequently asked questions from parents regarding learning and assessment in the current context.

“Technology Support and Q & A”

This document provides information for parents about the use of technology and also addresses some frequently asked questions from families.

Published:
Mon, 2020/05/04 - 12:36pm