Principal's Message

Principal

Doug Smith
Principal

Dear Adamsville Families,

I hope this finds everyone staying healthy during this very difficult time. Our school staff is thinking about all of you and truly hopes that everyone has a safe, enjoyable summer.  

Please, please keep your children reading this summer.  There are many on line resources available and it's important that they don't lose their reading skills.  Play math games with them to practice math skills. It's just like playing a sport, you have to practice to keep good at the game!

Decisions about next year are under study.  As more guidance from the state emerges, the District will make those decisions, and the goal is to let you know as soon as possible what school will look like for the 20-21 school year.  

Please feel free to continue to use our broadband access or Wi-fi..  You can drive and remain in your vehicle to gain Wi-Fi Access at County Libraries and  OUTSIDE OF TV SCHOOL BUILDINGS.

 

Kindergarten Registration & Screening

If you missed registration for the 2020-21 school year, please call the school office (740) 796-2153. Our goal is for potential Kindergarten screening to be re-scheduled for early August.

 

Progress Book

As a result of the pandemic, all parents have access to view their students' Progress Book account. Meaning, if they owed fees, we turned their access back on. If they have issues logging in, they can reset their own password within the system. Final report cards will be posted to Parent Access by Friday, June 5. 

 

Thank you

Thank you all for a wonderful school year. It certainly was an interesting one. It went so fast! It has been my pleasure to work with your children!

 

Have a great summer!!

Mr. Smith

 

Future events:

Class lists posted to office windows                     Friday, August 7

Kindergarten Parent Orientation                          Thursday, August 10 (6-7pm/Parents only)

Open House                                                          Monday, August 24 (4:30-6pm)

First Day of 2020-21 school year                           Wednesday, August 26




3/23/2020


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