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We are happy to announce that our staff will now be tested at Escuela with the help of Duke City Urgent Care’s Medic Buddy team!
We are well into December and approaching the end of what has been a truly unique year. As we reflect on the past months and look ahead to 2021, let’s take a moment to think about all we are so grateful for. Offering gratitude often prompts us to think of those who are less fortunate and consider what we can do to help.
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I am so pleased to introduce Ms. Kate Chavez to you! She and her family will soon be an integral part of our community, working with you and for you to further the mission of our amazing school.
The Board of Trustees of Escuela del Sol has some important news to share. The Board, is very pleased to introduce the next Executive Director of our organization, Ms. Kate Chavez.
Escuela has had to make some tough choices to keep our families safe. Your Annual Fund support this fall is more important than ever to help meet the needs of our school community.
You are invited to create drawings, paintings, collages, or other artistic renderings honoring and remembering loved ones that will be installed alongside the students’ work.
While it is true that positive change can come from these difficult times, it is also important to acknowledge disappointment, sadness, and loss.
Students both on campus and at home came together to sing “Light a Candle for Peace.” With the help of Mr. Casey and Ms. Elora, their voices and videos have been edited to safely continue the tradition of singing together in celebration of Peace on Earth.
Our first week back included lots of new and different classroom experiences. As we begin our second week, we share our recommitment to supporting our students and their families in their need for connection, learning, play, and JOY.