A warm welcome to our new summer families and welcome back to our returning families!
We're excited to share with you resources for families to prepare, connect, and be "in the know" for an extraordinary summer at Rawson Saunders.
All school materials will be provided except for the following items which your child will need each day:
A water bottle, labeled with your child's name
A nutritious snack
A nutritious lunch (for students in grades 2-7)
A CDC-approved mask that covers the student's nose and mouth (see Mask Policy below under Campus Safety Measures)
Closed-toe shoes for outside play
- All required medical forms must be submitted BEFORE the first day, June 21, in order for your child to attend our summer program. Email Nurse Lori Lord with any questions.
- Medications can be dropped off on the first day. The nurse will have a table setup outside at drop-off.
- Temperatures will be taken each morning upon arrival.
- There will be no school on Monday, July 5.
Learning Ally accounts are provided for Summer Term students for the duration of Summer Term. Learning Ally provides human-narrated audiobooks for qualified students with print and learning disabilities, including dyslexia. Many of the texts, accessible via mobile devices or computers, also have accompanying text so that students can read and listen at the same time, allowing them to engage with texts at their intellectual level while helping reinforce the connections between oral and written language. Available texts span all grade levels, genres, and topics. Rawson Saunders Summer Term students receive school memberships for the duration of their enrollment. School accounts have the added benefit of allowing for RSS ALTs and teachers to assign books to their students and monitor students' reading activity.
*** IMPORTANT ***
DO NOT SEND YOUR CHILD TO SCHOOL IF ILL.
Members of our community are expected to:
- Inform the school immediately if you or your child is ill and/or if you or your child receives a COVID-19 test.
- Inform the school of any participation in an outside sports league or any other after school group activity.
- Limit or avoid non-essential travel.
- Wear masks in public when indoors and/or around others not in their household.
- Avoid any gatherings where others are not following CDC guidelines.
- Avoid events and spaces attended by large groups or crowds (amusement parks, concerts, etc.).