Distance Learning Newsletter email from Principal Sepich on May 8, 2020

Hello SPSL Community,

Happy Friday! I hope you have all had a great week and I cannot begin to describe how amazing it was to see all of our families on Wednesday at the Drive-By and Say Hi event at St. Leo’s. You all mean so much to us and to see all of our students and families with your signs, smiles and words of love makes us all here at SPSL so blessed and grateful to be a part of this great school community. We miss you all so very, very much.

Sadly, this upcoming week will also mark our 8th graders last official day (May 11th) here at SPSL. This class has meant so much to our school and to each other. It has not been fair how this year has ended for everyone at SPSL, but it especially has been unfair for the 2020 SPSL graduating class. We are working on a few fun events to celebrate their time at SPSL and their accomplishments and the 8th grade families will receive further communication on that regarding May 14th and continued communication and updates on summer plans for graduation ceremonies. I know I speak for all of our faculty and staff in saying thank you to our 2020 class for all they have done for our school and a big thank you to our 8th grade families for their love and support for SPSL. We will miss you all and we hope you come back and visit us as often as you can.

Attached is our weekly SPSL Distance Learning Newsletter. Shortly, we will also be sending out a separate communication to families on plans for supply pickup and how and when families will be able to come to school and both drop off any materials they may have as well as pick up their supplies and materials that have been at school. Please look out for that communication in your emails in the coming days. We will also continue to update you as soon as we know more about details pertaining to the end of the school year as well as anything summer and fall related.

Thank you for all your support and partnership throughout this school year. Please know we continue to be thinking of you all, and we are keeping your families in our deepest prayers.

Peace and blessings,

Cory Sepich