Dr. Jackson's Remote Learning, Principal's Message for the week of March 30th

Principal Message
March 30, 2020

Happy Monday Pioneer Academy Families!

Wow!  What an incredible week of Remote Learning!  Thank you to our families, teachers, and most importantly, our SCHOLARS who have all worked so hard to complete each assignment and participate in the remote learning opportunities, thus far.  

A tremendous amount of planning is going into providing an effective remote learning experience for our scholars. Our staff really went above and beyond, utilizing a myriad of resources to support your children, our scholars. We are glad to report that our participation rate is increasing daily; which is moving us closer to our goal of 100% scholar-participation, and having scholars learning at high levels. We will continue to make every effort to support our families who are not yet connected and fully participating in Google Classroom and remote learning. 

Thank you for all of your positive thoughts and messages on ClassDojo. We are grateful for all of your comments, thoughts and ideas. As always, please keep your questions and concerns coming as we all navigate this new and unique circumstance together. Please continue to reach out to your child’s teachers. Teachers are available from 8:10 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. and will answer your questions within 24 hours.

We will continue to share additional activities, resources and learning sites that are completely optional. There are many free digital and virtual sites that can help support scholars at home.  We have also provided a list of resources for our families on our school’s website.

As the African proverb states, “It takes a village!” It certainly does, as this crisis is showing and is demanding of us.  I speak for the Staff, when I say, we are proud and thankful to be a part of this Pioneer Academy Village.

During this unprecedented time, we thank you for your support and patience as we navigate remote learning together. We are confident that Week 2 will be more successful than Week 1. Let's celebrate the hard work everyone has done so far!!!

Sincerely,
Dr. Cecilia Jackson, Principal