Dear Granite Hill School Team~
I am writing to inform you that due to the Public Health Emergency that is emerging and evolving due to the COVID-19 Virus, the Granite Hill School will be closing to students until April 6, 2020. This date may be adjusted as we all continue to monitor the situation.
The goal of the Granite Hill School is to continue to provide learning opportunities to our students through a paper and pencil process. We have asked teachers to prepare lessons for 2 week cycles. Our transportation department will be delivering the materials to your door on Wednesday and will return in two weeks to pick up the materials and deliver more as needed.
Additionally, the Granite Hill School is committing to providing meals for both breakfast and lunch as part of our remote service model. Drivers will also be delivering food to your home that will last for a 2 week period of time.
Lastly, Counseling and Instructional Support will be available by phone and will be scheduled individually with each student.
I know this is a confusing and difficult time for all of us and I want to ensure you, Granite Hill School is taking this matter very seriously and will work diligently at meeting the needs of our students and their families.
Nina Albano and Tina Clay will be calling all parents and students Monday and Tuesday to arrange for counseling and instructional support and sessions. Please feel free to call in to the school as well.
Erica, our transportation supervisor, will be reaching out to let you know what time to expect work and meals to be delivered. Deliveries will be occurring on Wednesday.
In closing, we appreciate the stress and strain that this emergency is placing on our communities and families and will continue to offer our consistent support throughout this process.
Danielle Paranto, M.Ed