We are almost ready to move into our new classroom wing! There are dozens of things to do- still, in order to meet county fire, electric, plumbing and other code regulations. But we are, step by step, completing all the requirements and barring any unforeseen difficulties, our plan is to move next weekend.
A reminder that we will not have school Wednesday, September 26th in observance of Yom Kippur, although some parents have volunteered to help us on the 26th.
The bulk of the move will take place Friday the 28th through Sunday the 30th.
We will be moving books, furniture and other materials from the tents and the main building. We will also do some light cleaning and finishing touches on “getting spaces ready.”
So, Friday though Sunday are the days we could use student/parent help, and if all goes well, we will begin classes in the new wing on Monday October 1st.
If you and/or your student would like to help, please let Pat Preib (email@example.com) know which times might work for you. In addition to moving boxes, etc., Chris Zappe is looking for volunteers who could help with the tech aspect of the move (computers, wiring, etc.).
Here is our “shift” schedule:
Friday, September 28th, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday, September 29th, 9 a.m. to Noon
Saturday, September 29th, Noon to 3 p.m.
Sunday, September 30th, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
We know this is a busy time with sports and events, including our hosting of the Santa Fe Concorso. If you are available, please consider helping out at school.
Thanks to everyone, especially the students, for patience and understanding during the construction, and for putting up with all the little inconveniences while we enthusiastically, (and doggedly and with determination and excitement…) prepare for the rest of this year and the years to come.
Head of School