Arlee schools was notified today, Sunday, November 15th, of one positive case of COVID 19 in the K-2 building. Contact tracing has been completed and we have notified families whose students had close contact with the individual. If you HAVE NOT heard from the school your student was not in direct contact.
Arlee schools was notified last evening of one positive case of COVID 19 in the High School. Contact tracing has been completed and Tribal/ Public health will be contacting families whose students had close contact with the individual. If your student was exposed, you will receive telephone notification from the tribal health department within the next twenty-four hours with directions on the next steps. If you HAVE NOT heard from the school or tribal health department within the next twenty-four hours, your student was not in direct contact.
Hello- This update is to inform you that the end of the first quarter is on Thursday, October 29th. Students will be allowed to transition to remote or physical learning upon parental request at this time. These requests must be made with the school by the end of the day Monday, November 2nd. For questions or further information, please contact us. You do not need to follow up with the school if no change is required to your students' schedule. Thanks from all of us at Arlee Schools.
We are moving the Friday football game up to a 6:00pm start. Please pass the word. Thank you.
We have been notified of a positive case of COVID-19 in the K-2 building. All parents/guardians of students and all staff who were close contacts have been notified. If you have not been notified, your student was not a close contact.
Arlee Bus Driver Shares Concerns About Cars Passing Buses https://nbcmontana.com/news/working-for-you/arlee-bus-drivers-concerned-about-cars-passing-their-buses
To the Community of Arlee, I am pleased to announce the start of a new community education campaign. Schools Cannot Do It Alone is designed to give everyone a better understanding of the importance of public education to the health and well being of the entire community. The video series is informative, entertaining, and inspiring. I know you will enjoy it. There can be no doubt that we are living through a difficult time. But the need to prepare all children to thrive and prosper has never been more important. As the title of our new campaign suggests, we - the teachers, administrators, support staff, and Board - cannot succeed without your understanding, trust, and support. Attached below is the link to the first video in the series. This twelve-minute clip provides a review of the challenges we face, old and new. There are no ads. No one is collecting data of any kind. In the months to come, you will find that the overall message is that we all have a vested interest in increasing student success whether or not we have children in school. Here is the direct link: https://player.vimeo.com/video/445589485 Enjoy and have a great day. Mike Perry, Ed.D., Superintendent
Madison Doner from NBC Montana came out to Arlee to interview Ken Hill about bus safety. She had witnessed cars blowing by our buses the day before and wanted to do a story. Here's a link to a teaser and the full story will be on 9/24/2020 at 10pm! https://twitter.com/MadisonNBCMT/status/1307068086567284743
Mission Valley Flag Football is starting up this fall! See the flyer attached for more information about dates and registration.
A couple of activity updates. The JH football game today in Thompson Falls has been cancelled due to poor air quality. The JH/HS cross country meet scheduled for tomorrow in Mission has also been cancelled.