In these times of uncertainty, human connection is more important than ever. As distance learning continues, Green Dot educators have found new ways to spread hope and kindness in their school communities. This week, we’re highlighting a few ways that our schools have been staying connected and keeping school spirit high as we remain apart.
Tip Invasion from Instagram
Our school leaders at Ánimo Compton Charter School created a very special video to showcase their weekly parent tips. In this creative video, Ánimo Compton Principal Chaleese Norman, connected parents with free resources such as free planners, books, and tote bags.
Weekly Principal Update
Interim Principal Xochitl Avellan shared her weekly bilingual update for Oscar De La Hoya Ánimo Charter High School students and families. She updated her students on midterm grading deadlines, and the critical importance of attendance.
Connecting With Families
Ánimo Florence-Firestone Charter Middle School leaders keep families updated with consistent Zoom meetings on distance learning at school. This week our school leaders shared updates on distance learning scheduling, school attendance, and high school enrollment deadlines.
School leaders at Kirby Middle School made home visits to celebrate students excelling in their distance learning studies.
Getting to Know Our Students
Ánimo South Los Angeles Charter High School has launched a new weekly series where they interview current learning experience during distance learning. This week ASLA interviewed two friends on their experience with distance learning and school life.