Godwin Heights will start the school year today with remote learning for all K-12 students for the first three weeks. A fully remote option also is available to all students.
In a letter to families, Superintendent Bill Fetterhoff said the first weeks will focus on training students and staff on safety protocols and cleaning procedures. Students and staff also will learn best practices and behaviors for successful remote learning.
“This will not only be beneficial initially, but also will create a strong foundation should in-person learning be shut down and virtual learning become the only option,” Fetterhoff wrote.
On Sept. 14, K-5 students start in-person learning at West and North Elementary schools. On Sept. 21, grades 6 to 8 start in-person classes, and grades 9 through 12 start in-person classes on Sept. 28. Free breakfast and lunch will be available for all district students. Pickup is 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Monday and Thursday, except for Labor Day. If the oldest child is in K-fifth grade, pickup is at North Godwin Elementary, 161 34th St. SW, in the parent drop-off area. If the oldest child is enrolled in grades 6-12, pickup is at the Physical Education Building, 31 36th St. SW, in the bus loop. Parents should be prepared to provide the names of each child.