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    Important Message from Dr. Davis Regarding Return to In-Person Instruction

    Messages to Families 8-13-2021

    Greetings Ferguson-Florissant Family,

    Welcome back! I am excited to welcome each and every student back into our classrooms when school begins on Monday, Aug. 23. Last year was a year unlike any other, but the strength of our students, families, staff, and community helped us finish the year stronger than ever before. In preparation for the 2021-2022 school year, the District Reentry Task Force made preparations to ensure our classrooms are as safe as possible to provide five (5) day in-person instruction.

    We have been monitoring transmission in our community. We will continue to review our protocols based on updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), St. Louis County Department of Public Health, and Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. There are still many health and safety protocols we need to follow to keep our students and staff healthy and in school. We will start the school year with the following mitigation measures in place for the support of in-person learning:

    • Universal masks: Masks are required indoors and on buses for all students (ages 2 +) and staff until further notice. Wearing masks will ensure we can keep the largest number of students in the classroom for in-person instruction while maintaining a safe environment for students and staff. This is based on recommendations from the CDC, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and St. Louis County Department of Public Health.

    • Employee vaccination requirement: All Ferguson-Florissant School District employees will be required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Any employee who is not vaccinated will be required to test for COVID-19 weekly.

    • Physical distancing: Social distancing will be implemented to the greatest extent possible of three (3) feet in classrooms and learning spaces.

    • Continue successful mitigation strategies: We will continue to encourage good handwashing hygiene practices and emphasize the importance of students and staff to self-monitor their health through daily screenings and stay home if they develop symptoms.

    • Quarantines: We will follow St. Louis County Department of Public Health’s guidelines on isolation for positive cases and quarantining of close contacts. Additionally, following new guidance from the CDC, asymptomatic, fully vaccinated individuals will not be required to quarantine if deemed a close contact.

    • Contact tracing and vaccine records: In an effort to assist with contact tracing, we are asking parents/guardians to inform us if their child has been vaccinated. We are also asking the same of District staff. This is voluntary for students, but it will help with the contact tracing process and may reduce the need for quarantine or modified quarantine even if an individual comes into direct contact with a positive exposure. More information will be coming soon with instructions on how to notify the District that your child has been vaccinated. 

    Ferguson-Florissant School District’s full Return to In-Person Instruction & Continuity of Services Plan is available on the District website. It provides thorough details about the procedures and mitigation requirements that have been created for the health and safety of students, staff, and our school community for the upcoming school year.

    We will continue to monitor transmission in our community and review updated guidance from local and state health officials.

    Thank you for your resilience and understanding as we have navigated this pandemic together. Even during these uncertain times, rest assured that our focus will always remain on doing what is best for our students, staff, and school community.

    Onward Together,

    Dr. Joseph Davis

    Superintendent

     

     

    Important Message from Dr. Davis Regarding Juneteenth

    Messages to Families June 18, 2021

    On Thursday, President Biden signed into law a bill establishing Juneteenth, or June 19, the date commemorating the end of slavery in the United States, as a federal holiday. 

    Juneteenth memorializes the day enslaved people in Texas finally received news of their freedom, June 19, 1865, more than two years after the Emancipation Proclamation occurred on January 1, 1863. Juneteenth is not only a celebration of freedom but is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States. The celebration of Juneteenth honors the remarkable struggle and perseverance of African-Americans and, for many, holds the same sort of significance as the 4th of July. 

    District offices and schools will be open and operating on normal schedules on Friday, June 18, the new federal holiday for Juneteenth. However, in order to provide adequate notification to families and staff, the District plans to fully celebrate the holiday in 2022.

    Let’s use this day as a meaningful opportunity to continue learning and reflecting on how we can continue to move forward in unity. To learn more about Juneteenth, we’ve compiled a list of resources.

    Together,

    Dr. Davis

    Superintendent

     

    What is Juneteenth?

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    Juneteenth: Celebration of Resilience

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    Important Message from Dr. Davis Regarding Updated Mask Guidelines

    Message to Families May 19-2021

    Greetings Ferguson-Florissant Family,

    I’m writing with an update on the Ferguson-Florissant School District’s expectations regarding masks in light of the recent news announcement from the CDC.

    We have hosted vaccination clinics for our staff and students 16 years of age and older, and we are finalizing plans to offer vaccinations to our 12-15-year-old students.  Even with these efforts,  the majority of our students have not been vaccinated.

    The St. Louis County Department of Public Health has issued a “Health Advisory that continues to strongly recommend masking in all public spaces where vaccinated and unvaccinated members of the public are likely to be together, especially for long periods of time.  While we may have removed the force of mandate, DPH adamantly recommends masking in schools for the health and safety of all."

    In addition, the CDC “released a statement advising schools to — at least for the rest of the current school term — maintain the usual COVID-19 prevention strategies long recommended for in-person instruction during the pandemic, including masking and physical distancing.”

    Students won't be fully vaccinated by the end of the current school year, the CDC explained as part of the agency's reasoning in its Saturday statement — with adolescents ages 12 to 15 only newly eligible to get Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, and younger children are still ineligible.

    Following our commitment to safety first and based on this information, students and staff in Ferguson-Florissant School District will continue to be required to wear masks while in schools and District buildings, on buses, and at District events.

    Parents, we need your help. Please remind your children to properly wear their masks covering their nose and mouth for their own safety as well as the safety of others around them.  If we follow these guidelines, we will have a safe conclusion to the school year.

    Onward Together,


    Dr. Davis

    Superintendent

     

    Important Message from Dr. Davis Asynchronous Learning March 1

    Message to Families 2-24-2021

    Greetings Ferguson-Florissant Family,

    As you know, our Board of Education approved a timeline for our students who choose in-person learning to return to our school buildings.

    High school students who choose in-person learning will return to the buildings on March 24, and all other students returning to in-person learning will return on April 12.  We will be sharing more information about transition days and events soon.

    March 1 will be an asynchronous learning day, as our teachers return to the building and prepare for synchronous learning to resume on March 2.  Students will follow their current schedule, including start and end times, until in-person students begin to transition back to the buildings.

    Thank you for all you have done to support each other and our students.  We look forward to seeing many of you back in the buildings as we rebuild our school communities after nearly a year away.  


    Onward Together,

    Dr. Joseph Davis

    Superintendent

     

    Important Message from Dr. Davis Regarding Board Decision to Return to Learning in School Buildings

    Message to all Stakeholders 2-11-2021

    Greetings Ferguson-Florissant Family, 

    Early this morning, the Board of Education reached a decision regarding students and teachers returning to learning in our school buildings.  This morning parents will receive a message asking you to complete a learning model declaration form through the parent portal and select whether your child will return to in-person learning or continue learning virtually.  Parents will have the option to select the best learning model for each child, so a family may have one child learning virtually while another child may be learning in person.  In addition, parents will be asked to indicate whether their child will use District transportation if their child qualifies based on District transportation guidelines.  The declaration window is open now through 11:59 p.m. on February 17.  Any student who does not have a completed declaration will continue learning virtually.

    High school students who select the in-person learning option will reenter our buildings on March 24.  PreK-8 students returning to in-person learning will have a transition period sometime between March 24 and April 2 to get acclimated or reacclimated to their school buildings.  All students who select in-person learning will return to our school buildings by April 12 when we return from spring break.  Students attending in-person learning will be in school buildings Monday-Thursday, and all students will continue asynchronous learning on Fridays as they have all year.  

    Teachers will be teaching concurrently, meaning that a class will likely have some students learning in-person with the teacher in the classroom while others will be participating in class and learning virtually through Zoom.  A timeline for teachers returning to buildings and other important information will be shared very soon.  The teacher timeline will include dates to prepare classrooms and become familiar with safety procedures and any new technology, as well as professional learning opportunities to prepare for concurrent instruction.

    Prior to the Board vote, District Administrators laid out a detailed plan for students and staff to safely reenter our buildings then responded to questions and concerns raised by Board members.  You can view the presentation on our YouTube channel at February 10 Board of Education Meeting.  

    Our students have responded repeatedly to surveys indicating their strong desire to return to in-person learning.  Our most recent student survey showed 61% of our students want to return to in-person learning.  Parents and staff have voiced a desire for more information in order to make an informed decision.  In response to that request and as a result of the work of the District Reentry Task Force, each school has prepared a Reentry Handbook that follows District guidelines based upon current recommendations from the St. Louis County Department of Public Health and other health experts.  You can view your school’s handbook at www.fergflor.org/reentry_handbooks

    If you read through the handbook for your child’s school and still have questions, you will find contact numbers in the handbook for school administrators and staff members who should be able to answer your questions and address your concerns.  Please watch for communications from your child’s school with a schedule of virtual back-to-school meetings and other important information.  In addition, our transportation and communication departments have prepared a transportation video to show the steps we are taking to ensure your child’s safety on our buses.  We will continue to share important information and updates as well as a variety of resources for students and families at www.fergflor.org/united.

    As I shared almost a year ago during the press conference when we announced that our buildings would close and students and teachers would shift to virtual instruction, safety is our highest priority.  We have spent the better part of a year learning how to safely bring our students and staff back into our buildings, and I am convinced that we are ready to safely resume in-person instruction.

    I know change is hard, but we also know that this year of virtual learning has been extremely difficult for many of our students.  I always say that the strength of our District is in our people.  I know many of you are anxious as we enter this next phase.  That’s certainly understandable.  I also know that we have amazing students, families, and staff, and I firmly believe our students will begin to flourish if we will work together as families and schools during this needed transition back into our buildings.  Our students and our community will be stronger as we come together once again.

     

    Onward Together,


    Dr. Joseph Davis

    Superintendent

     

    School Counseling Week

    Message to Counselors 2-5-2021

    Greetings Ferguson-Florissant Family,

    As school counselor week draws to a close I‘d like to ask you to join me in expressing gratitude for our counselors and the tremendous work they do.

    People often say they wish they could go back to high school or a time when they were young. While we all have some fond memories from our youth, the reality is that growing up is tough, and for many of our students who are growing up in poverty it’s even tougher. Our counselors work hard to serve our students and help them navigate the obstacles they face.

    Layered on top of the usual challenges that our students usually face has been an incredibly difficult year. Our students have experienced so much loss in so many ways and our counselors have risen to the challenge to help our students through these pandemics of COVID and the ever-present pandemic of racism. This year our students have needed you more than ever, and you have been there for them.

    I’d also like to draw special attention to two individuals who were recognized at the January Board recognition meeting.  McCluer High School counselor Iris McClendon has been awarded the St. Louis Suburban High School Counselor of the Year by the St. Louis Suburban School Counselor Association, and Ferguson-Florissant School District Counselor Coordinator Jennifer Lane has been awarded the St. Louis Suburban School Counselor Advocate of the Year by the St. Louis Suburban School Counselor Association.  

    Congratulations Iris and Jenifer, and thank you to all of our counselors for all you do every day.

    Onward together,

    Dr. Joseph Davis
    Superintendent

     

    Important Message from Dr. Davis Regarding Board Decision to Continue Virtual Learning 

    Message to Families 1-14-2021

    Greetings Ferguson-Florissant Families, 

    I hope this message finds you well.  I know over 1000 of you joined our Board meeting last night through the District YouTube channel.  Everyone is anxious to know when our students and staff will be returning to our buildings.

    Last night after much discussion and deliberation, the Board of Education made the difficult decision for our students to continue virtual learning through March 1.  This decision came after reviewing COVID data for our community and a presentation by Dr. Jason Newland, Professor of Pediatrics, Infectious Diseases at Washington University.

    While we know the academic and social-emotional benefits for students who are learning in our school buildings, the Board wanted to be certain that the District is fully prepared for students and staff to safely return to in-person instruction in our schools.  The Board will hold a study session in the next month, and we will continue to engage students, parents, and staff as we move toward in-person instruction.

    The Board also approved a plan to permit high school student-athletes to begin winter sports on January 19.  The District’s Return to Play plan follows MSHSAA and St. Louis County guidelines for a safe return to athletics and activities and was based on feedback from and collaboration with athletic directors, coaches and student-athletes.  

    Many students across the nation are not achieving at their pre-pandemic/virtual learning levels.  While we have continued to improve virtual learning, we know there were some issues at the start of the semester as well as other factors that have limited student achievement.  Numerous short and long-term remedies have been explored, and last night the Board voted to suspend Policy 2036- Evaluation of Students.  Suspending this policy permits adjusting the grade cutoff to 69.9-50% for a D.  Students earning below a 50% will receive an F or an I for incomplete.  Students receiving an I will have a limited opportunity to earn a passing grade.  Watch for additional information from your child’s school.

    We are continually monitoring COVID data and meeting with education leaders and health experts from across the region and nation to determine how to safely serve our students.  We will continue to keep safety our highest priority followed closely by our commitment to providing a high quality education for all of our students.  Thank you for your patience, understanding, and continued support in these difficult times.

    Onward together,

    Dr. Joseph Davis

    Superintendent

     

    Important Message from Dr. Davis Regarding Secondary Report Cards

    Message to Families 1-12-2021

    Greetings Ferguson-Florissant Family,

    Students and teachers are working hard to wrap up the semester with finals and EOCs this week.  Unfortunately, we learned today of a statewide issue for districts that use Tyler and Canvas that is going to delay grades and report cards that were scheduled to be distributed on January 21.

    It appears that Canvas made updates to the platform that are preventing Canvas from syncing with Tyler. Teachers still should be able to enter grades in Canvas, but until the conflict between Canvas and Tyler is resolved, grades will not be updated in Tyler, and report cards which are generated through Tyler will not be available.

    Due to this delay, teachers will have an extension to enter grades, and report cards will be available to students and parents/guardians on January 25.

    We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work with our vendors to resolve this delay in report cards.

    Onward together,


    Dr. Davis

    Superintendent

     

    Important Message from Dr. Davis

    Message to Families 1-8-2021

    Good Morning Ferguson-Florissant Family,

    I’m sure most of you were glued to the news from Washington D.C. Wednesday afternoon and evening.  The assault on our democracy was disgusting.  

    The disparate treatment of those who sowed chaos in and around the capitol juxtaposed with the treatment of those protesting that Black Lives Matter evoked a wide range of emotions and feelings for many that are difficult to articulate.  These events point to the urgency of our social justice, anti-bias, anti-racism, and equity work if we are to have a community and a nation where all of our children can flourish and succeed.

    I always say that our strength in FFSD is in our people.  I know our people are hurting.  I want you to know that we are here for you, and I ask you to support one another from a distance as you are able.  

    We also know that most of our students are aware of Wednesday’s events, and they may have questions or want to share their thoughts and feelings with families or teachers.  While we know that students and families may be coming from different places, the events in Washington D.C. may bring up trauma they have experienced or trigger fears for their personal safety or the future of the nation.

    We have asked our teachers to permit students to share their thoughts and to be alert to students who may be struggling, and connect them with their school’s counselor if needed.  

    Families, please talk with your child to see if they’ve heard the news, and ask if they want to talk with someone.  Ferguson-Florissant School District has a partnership with Behavioral Health Response, bhrstl.org.  BHR has mental health professionals available 24/7 to assist students who need to talk with a professional.  There is no shame in seeking help when our problems are overwhelming.

    I know that these are difficult times in so many ways, and I know you have questions and concerns about returning to school in the midst of the pandemic as well.  You were emailed a link to a survey regarding virtual and in-person learning yesterday.  You may need to check your spam folder if you did not see it.  If you have not completed the survey, please take a moment to complete it, so  the Board of Education is informed as they discuss the possibility of students returning to our school buildings.  

    Together,

    Dr. Davis

    Superintendent

     

    Update on Student Learning Model Declaration

    Message to Families 12-08-2020

    Good Morning Ferguson-Florissant Families, 

    I’m writing to let you know that we have heard your concerns; we’re listening to you and pressing pause on student learning model declarations.

    As I shared in my message on Friday, I share your concerns as a parent about the safety of all of our students.  As parents we’re entrusting our loved ones with the District and want them to get a great education, but first and foremost, we want them safe.

    We have shared consistently that we are committed to following the health and safety guidelines from the CDC and St. Louis County Department of Public Health as well as guidance from other health experts and elected officials.  Our commitment to student and staff safety is unwavering.

    Your response to the declaration as well as your emails and phone calls made it clear that most of you are just not ready to commit to a learning model for your child at this time.  This is especially true right now when the numbers are worse than when we shifted from in-person to virtual learning back in the spring. 

    This is a difficult process.  We need to know the number of students returning to in-person learning to plan and prepare schedules, staff, our buildings, and transportation.  At the same time we know it’s difficult for parents to make a decision without answers to questions about those very concerns.

    We will continue to monitor our student's academic and social-emotional well-being as well as the latest COVID data.  We will continue to provide information including answers to some frequently asked questions and resources for families and students on our website at www.fergflor.org/united.  You can follow the COVID data for our community on our website at www.fergflor.org/coviddashboard.

    As we move into the holidays I hope you will stay safe and follow guidance from health experts and officials, and spend time with those you love.  Please watch for additional updates and surveys as we plan for our eventual return to our school buildings.  I can’t wait to have our students back in schools, but more importantly, I want them safe.

     

    Onward Together, 

    Dr. Joseph Davis 

    Superintendent

     

    FOLLOW UP MESSAGE REGARDING STUDENT LEARNING MODEL DECLARATION

    Message to Families 12-04-2020

    Good Afternoon Ferguson-Florissant Families,

    I’m writing to follow up on our email Wednesday evening regarding your students’ learning model declaration.  If you did not receive the email or are having difficulty accessing the Parent Portal please contact your child’s school, and they can help.

    As a father of a District student, I want to be sure that he will be safe when he returns to school, and I’m sure that as a parent, you want the same reassurance.  The safety of our children and staff is more important than any other factor.  I want to reassure you that our Board of Education and administration have not wavered from our commitment when we closed our buildings back in March.  Safety has been and will continue to be our first priority.

    We also know that right now we’re in a time when the number of cases has been increasing, and in many respects, the numbers are worse now than when schools across the region and nation shifted from in-person to virtual learning back in the spring.  So, why are we asking you to make a commitment now for your child’s learning model for the rest of the year?

    We need to know how many of our students will be returning, so we can make plans that answer the many questions parents have.  So much of our planning depends on how many students will return to in-person learning and the number of students who need bus transportation to and from school.  

    Your declaration helps us prepare student schedules, determine how many staff members will be needed for in-person learning and how many staff members will be needed for virtual learning.  Your declaration helps us know how many students will be in the buildings and the number of days/week we will be able to have students in schools and maintain safety protocols in classrooms, cafeterias, hallways, and other spaces in our buildings and on our buses.

    It is possible that students who choose in-person learning may still have some days of virtual instruction based on the number of students we can safely accommodate in our school buildings, and it is possible that the return to in-person instruction could be delayed or revert to fully virtual learning based on the COVID data in January and throughout the spring.

    We have shared frequently that we are committed to following the health and safety guidelines from the CDC and St. Louis County Department of Public Health as well as guidance from other health experts and elected officials.

    While we can not answer all of your questions yet, we do have more information including answers to some frequently asked questions and resources for families and students on our website at www.fergflor.org/united.

    This virus has hit our community especially hard.  The holiday season seems so different without big family gatherings and our usual traditions, but I know our people.  You are amazingly strong, and we will get through this together even if we’re physically apart.


    Onward Together,


    Dr. Joseph Davis

    Superintendent

     

    MESSAGE REGARDING STUDENT LEARNING MODEL DECLARATION

    Message to Families 12-02-2020

    Greetings Ferguson-Florissant Parents/Guardians:

    The Ferguson-Florissant School District remains focused on the academic, physical, social, and emotional wellbeing of our students and the staff who care for them each
    day. As a parent/guardian we know there may be anxiety and concern around sending your child(ren) to school. We have known from the beginning of the school year that the
    in-person model would and could include full in-person, hybrid or virtual formats. We are asking you to declare a learning model for your child for next semester so we may
    prepare our schools, classrooms, and staff to welcome students back to in-person learning when the school board determines it is safe for return.

    Please note, your declaration will remain for the entire semester. Once your determination is made, you will not have an option to change. More information will be forthcoming in the next few weeks.

    The parent portal can be accessed: https://sis.fergflor.org/FF360x3/login.  Please complete your declaration by 12:00 midnight on Sunday, December 6th.

     

     

    IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM DR. DAVIS

    Message to Families 11-10-2020

    Greetings Ferguson-Florissant Family,

    I hope this message finds you well.  I know that with the sharp increase in the number of COVID cases locally and nationally that many of you are experiencing the effects of the virus personally or in your family.  

    We are seeing record numbers of positive cases locally and nationally.  In fact, in many locations, the numbers far surpass the numbers back in March when the District began virtual learning.

    I want to encourage you to take this seriously and to remind you of the importance of safety precautions.  Please for your own health and the sake of those you love, wear a mask, observe social distancing guidelines, and practice good hand hygiene including hand washing with soap and water or hand sanitizer when soap and water is not available.

    These are difficult times.  While it will be some time before a vaccine is widely available, there is encouraging news today about very good results from one of the vaccine trials.  Working together as a community and a nation, we can slow the spread.  As I frequently say, the strength of the Ferguson-Florissant School District is our people.  Lean on each other.  Seek help if needed.  We have resources on our website at www.fergflor.org/united to help you through this time.  Remember, we are stronger together even though we are physically apart.


    Onward Together,


    Dr. Joseph Davis

    Superintendent

     

    VIRTUAL LEARNING TO CONTINUE THROUGH THE REMAINDER OF THE FIRST SEMESTER

    Message to Families 10-15-2020

    Greetings Ferguson-Florissant Family,

    Last night the Board of Education made the decision to continue virtual learning for the remainder of first semester, and at this time, we are planning to return to in-person learning in our schools with the start of second semester on January 19.

    The Board reached this difficult decision following a thorough review of COVID data specifically for the Ferguson-Florissant School District.  At this time we are seeing an increase in the number of cases in our area.  The CDC recently released findings that many of the new cases come from small family gatherings.  Knowing that the holidays are fast approaching, it’s likely that the number of cases will continue to increase.

    As one Board member said, “This is probably the hardest decision we have ever had to make as a Board.”  While our virtual learning experience has improved greatly since the start of the school year, we know there is no substitute for face to face, in-person instruction between our students and teachers.  As one of our parents stated, “Please don’t base your decision on feelings or agendas… I would rather my kids be mad and live…”  That’s a sobering thought, but we have many in our community who have personally experienced the loss of loved ones from COVID.

    As a district we are committed to the four pillars we stated last spring, Safety, Access, Schedules, and Supports.  Safety continues to be our highest priority and the driving force behind last night’s decision.  You will find information related to virtual learning as well as information and answers to frequently asked questions on our four pillars and links to a variety of supports on our website at www.fergflor.org/united.

    I know these are difficult times.  I know some of our students, families, and teachers are disappointed that we are not returning yet, but our hope and belief is that the Board’s decision is the safest step, so that we can all return together for second semester.  I appreciate all that each of you do for the sake of our students.

    Onward Together,

    Dr. Joseph Davis
    Superintendent

     

     

    RECALIBRATION OF FRIDAY SCHEDULES

    Message to Families 9-28-2020

    Greetings Ferguson-Florissant Family,

    I’m writing to provide an update on our schedule for virtual learning.

    This evening the Board of Education approved a recalibration of our Friday schedule.  Students will now have a full day of asynchronous learning on Fridays for the duration of virtual learning.  What that means is that students will be working independently on Fridays.  They may use the time to complete assignments, review material covered during the week, or dig deeper into a topic of interest.  Teachers are not required to provide additional lessons to fill the day.

    Friday afternoons will continue to be used for professional learning for teachers or other important work including professional learning communities and collaboration on how to provide the best learning opportunities for students.  Friday mornings will be reserved for teachers to do the work that they need to do independently to provide the highest quality educational experience for their students.

    Board President, Dr. Donna Thurman shared during the meeting, “Teachers, we hear you.  We are concerned and want to help.”  She went on to say, “Families, we hear you too.  Grandparents, aunts and uncles, parents, and others we know you’re working hard to support your children.  We’re listening and we want to help you too.”

    The change to the Friday schedule will take effect on October 2.  As a reminder, tomorrow, Thursday, September 24 is a half-day for students, Friday, September 25 will remain as previously scheduled.

    The Board and administration are continuing to monitor the COVID data as well as recommendations from health experts and at this time plan to review our virtual learning plan and a possible return to our buildings at the end of first quarter on October 23.  Please watch for a survey seeking your input on virtual learning and returning to our buildings.  This survey will be coming soon.

    Families, teachers, our other staff, and community members, I know you are all working hard on behalf of our students.  Keep persevering!  Please know that you are appreciated, and you are not alone.  I hope you will take advantage of resources and other supports from the District and our partners.  That information may be found at www.fergflor.org/united.  Remember, we will get through this together.


    Onward!


    Dr. Joseph Davis

    Superintendent