Superintendent's Message

April Showers


Dear Parents and Community Partners,

This year’s April showers have brought us more than the simple promise of May flowers.  Together with the state, nation, and world, we are fighting against the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19.)  In doing so, we have been called upon to make personal sacrifices, the likes of which most of us would never have thought possible.  Nonetheless, we have risen to the challenge, heeding the call to action we know is necessary to come through this public health crisis.

By this time, it is likely most of us know someone affected by the COVID-19 infection, and we send our thoughts and sympathies to all in our community who have been impacted by this pandemic.  I know you join me in applauding our first responders and all in the health care field, each placing their own safety and well-being at risk to care for those in need.  Can we ever thank them enough?

My prior e-blasts to the community have been filled with accolades to our district staff for their outstanding transition to distance learning, and I applaud them again herein.  Our students and families have also been amazing in accomplishing what has been asked of them and together, we have made the best of an unprecedented situation.  Our commitment to educating the children in our community is unwavering and we promise this good work will continue, even from a distance.

As we anticipate the cool drops of promised April showers, let us hope May brings not just flowers, but also a return to life before COVID-19.  Until that happy day, please accept my best wishes for health and safety to you and your families.



Dr. Marie Cirasella

Dr. Marie Cirasella
Superintendent of Schools


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