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We continue to stay dedicated to the CDC COVID 19 recommendations for the safety of our students and staff. As we continue to put safety first, the decision has been made to move our summer programs to a virtual platform. Therefore, we are excited to offer an Expanded Virtual Learning Summer Program to all of our students in grades K-8.

We also understand our families may be struggling with keeping up with the virtual platform while maintaining their work from home. In an effort to continue our students’ learning with the least impact on our families, we will only be utilizing the iReady Program.

Students who choose to participate in the summer program will take a Diagnostic Assessment in the iReady program for Reading and Math the end of May. The Diagnostic Assessment allows the program to give each student an individualized learning path to meet their specific academic needs. Students will then work on their learning paths for 15 minutes a day in Reading and 15 minutes a day in Math. A teacher will be assigned to each student to monitor their progress and assist if needed. ESE teachers will also be assigned to our ESE students to provide interventions if needed.

The Expanded Virtual Learning Summer Program will begin June 15th and end July 16th. The program will be four days a week, Monday through Thursday.

Below is a survey for all families to complete to opt in or out of the expanded learning program. Students who opt in will keep their chromebooks until July 17th, the end of the summer program. Students who opt out will be asked to return their chromebooks in June. Please complete the survey below for each of your children in grades Kindergarten to 8th grade. If you have any additional questions on the Expanded Virtual Learning Summer Program you may contact your child’s school.

K-8 Expanded Virtual Learning Summer Program Survey

Personal Items Pick-Up

Families will have the opportunity to come to the school to safely retrieve items that were left in their classrooms as well as return library books. Here’s what you need to know:


When can my child/children get their personal belongings from school?

To maintain social distancing and to minimize waiting in lines, we are organizing student materials by student last name. If you have a car tag with your child’s name please have your car tag visible.

Please come the parent pickup line during the following dates and times to pick up your child/children’s items:

June 1

June 2

June 3

June 4

K-1 Curbside


2-3 Curbside


4-5 Curbside


K-5 Curbside




How will this work?

  • Come to the school during your scheduled times. Upon arrival, we ask that you drive through the car line, have your car tag visible if you have one, stop at the designated cone (1-8), and a staff member will deliver items to your car. We ask that families stay in their cars at all times.
  • If your child has medications at school, the medication will be checked out to you when you pick up your child’s bag.

Will it be safe?

  • All personal items from classrooms have been collected, bagged and allowed to sit for more than 24 hours.
  • Drivers and passengers will be able to stay in their cars with items brought to them.
  • All school staff will be wearing masks, gloves and practicing social distancing.

We miss the students and can’t wait to see them in our schools when the time comes.

Las familias tendrán la oportunidad de venir a la escuela para recibir los artículos que quedaron en la clase como también entregar sus libros de la biblioteca.  Esto es lo que debe saber:


¿Cuándo pueden mi hijo/os recibir sus cosas personales de la escuela?

Para mantener distanciamiento social y minimizar el tiempo de espera, estamos organizando los materiales por el apellido del estudiante. Si tiene su etiqueta escolar con el nombre del estudiante, por favor hágalo visible. Si no, ponga un letrero con el nombre del estudiante.

Por favor venga durante los siguientes fechas y horas para recoger las pertinencias de su hijo/os:

1 de junio

2 de junio

3 de junio

4 de junio

K-1 Carril de Autos


2-3 Carril de Autos


4-5 Carril de Autos


K-5 Carril de Autos




¿Como trabajara esto?

  • Venga a la escuela durante los horarios designados. Cuando llegue, le pedimos que maneje a través del carril, tenga la etiqueta escolar visible en el parabrisas si tiene una, pararse en el cono designado (1-8), el personal le dará los artículos en su auto. Les pedimos que las familias se mantengan en su auto en todo momento.
  • Si su hijo/a tiene medicamentos en la escuela, ese medicamento se le entregara cuando recoja las cosas de su hijo/a.

¿Estará seguro?

  • Las cosas personales se han colectado, embolsado y han estado guardados por 24 horas.
  • Los conductores y los pasajeros se quedarán en el auto hasta que les entreguen los artículos.
  • El personal de la escuela usara máscaras, guantes, y practicara distancia social.


Extrañamos a los estudiantes y no podemos esperar verlos en nuestra escuela cuando llegue el momento.  



Our Vision:

To provide a safe and encouraging environment where students are inspired to achieve their best each day.

Our Mission:

Colonial Elementary will be a community of students, parents, and staff dedicated to the development of every student's desire to learn and achieve.  Collectively, we will provide a safe, supportive environment that fosters curiosity, confidence, and a life-long passion for learning.

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