Welcome to the Week of September 20, 2020
We are eagerly awaiting our Meet and Greet tomorrow in which students planning to return to campus will visit their classrooms, bring their materials and supplies back to school, and get ready for in-person learning.

To allow us to prepare for serving our in-person and distance learners concurrently, there will be no synchronous Zoom lessons Tuesday through Friday, September 22-25. All work will be completed asynchronously through Google Classroom. Please be sure to mark assignments as "done” when completed, and thank you for your patience as we launch concurrent schooling.

School begins in person on Tuesday, September 22 as morning carline opens at 7:15am. You can greet your scholars at the end of the day when afternoon carline opens at 3:20pm. Click here for important updates on our carline procedures and maps. Remember to monitor whether your student presents any symptoms and to keep them at home until they are feeling well.

We are truly grateful to be a part of this warm and generous community, and we thank you for your continued support as we work to maintain Distance Learning simultaneously with in-person learning.
At a Glance
September 22-25 | No Synchronous Zooms
October 7 | ESL Night
October 16 | End of Quarter 1
Visit greatheartsirving.org for the most up-to-date information and much more.
A Closer Look
Meet and Greet
Our Safe Return Meet and Greet is tomorrow! If your student will be returning to school in person, be sure to sign up for a time in which to attend.

Medication Drop Off
During our Meet and Greet tomorrow, Nurse Johnson will be available in the Commons to assist you with dropping off medication for your child. This will also be a good time to fill out and turn in all other medical forms and action plans.

Carline Updates and Maps
We have two important updates to our carline procedures this year. Click here for details about those updates as well as updated maps of our three traffic plans.

Spalding and Singapore Night
Spalding and Singapore Night is an opportunity for parents to get a glimpse into two of our most unique and important curricular programs. This year, on Thursday, September 24, we will be posting videos with information on both programs to our website.

Athenaeum and Homework Club
The Athenaeum after-school program will resume this week along with in-person learning. Click here for more information and to register your scholars.

On the Horizon
ESL Night
Our ESL program is a crucial part of our mission to provide a classical, liberal arts education in pursuit of truth, goodness, and beauty to all students, regardless of background.

Stay tuned for more information on the event and how to participate.