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    Governor Lee has closed school buildings for students physically to return for the remainder of this semester. However, the school system will continue online learning throughout the last instructional day of the school year. ECS will receive guidance as the COVID task force meets in the days to come. The feeding programs will continue as scheduled. We will be sending out information about other events important to parents and students early next week. Please continue social distancing and good hygiene to decrease the spread of the virus in our area. We will provide updates about the 2020-2021 School Year

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TAD Letter 4-6-20

Posted On: Monday, April 6, 2020

Good morning T.A. Dugger Family,

I hope this message finds you well.  We are starting week two of our packet work.  We will only be working Monday thru Wednesday this week due to our scheduled day off on Thursday and Good Friday.  We will finish the last two days of work on this packet next Monday and Tuesday.  Going forward our core teachers are preparing the second phase of work to go home.  There will be digital copies placed on Bloomz and our website, as well as, paper copies placed outside of the main office at T.A. Dugger.  This material will be available starting on Monday April 13th.  Also please continue to connect with your teachers digitally and take part in the many enrichment opportunities on Bloomz.

Lastly, the 2020-2021 TAD registration is now open for upcoming 6th-8th grade students.  You can find this registration link on our website or Bloomz (this is the preferred method of registration).  There you will find a link to a google doc for you to fill out.  There will also be paper copies at the main door of T.A. Dugger, as well as, a drop box for registration forms.  Please complete the registration process by April 16th.   There is also a link for upcoming EHS freshman to register on our website and Bloomz.     

I hope that everyone continues to stay safe and has an excellent Easter Week!


Chris Berry

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