Dear Fleming Parents,
First, let me say I hope you and your family are safe and healthy. Thank you so much for your patience and understanding as we have been adjusting, like you, to the drastic changes in life during the last few weeks. I appreciate our students, parents, and staff for their resilience during this time. A huge gratitude also goes to our doctors, nurses, and first responders for all they are doing to keep us safe and healthy.
As you know, at-home learning for the Fleming School district is in full motion. Our goal is provide continuous educational opportunities and practice for students while our school is closed but eliminate as much stress as possible for student, parents, and teachers. It is our responsibility to continue to educate our children; we also want to take into consideration the variety of difficulties that our families and employees are enduring during this time.
The following information will provide answers to your questions related to at-home learning during the COVID -19 Pandemic. In-person schooling will not happen through April 30th enacted by Governor Polis. Hopefully we will know by next Monday, April 20th when or if we resume school as normal during the 2019-2020 school year.
In closing, our main focus for students and teachers is to have a growth mindset and to learn and grow especially during challenging times. Please contact your teacher(s) if you or your students need support.
Steve McCracken, Superintendent