This year your child has the wonderful opportunity to study a musical instrument and be a part of an excellent learning experience while playing some great music!
The earliest a student should arrive at Fleming is 7:45.
1. All end of day changes to a students plan, needs to be called into the office no later than 2:30 so that we have time to follow up with the student/teacher.
2. We are asking families that need to pick their student up early, to be here no later than 2:30 to do so. Pick ups after this time, are rather difficult due to the traffic at that time, along with the buses arriving soon after for student pick up.
We understand that emergencies do arise and we can address those if they come up.
Thank you for understanding and your cooperation.
Ms. Aldrich from the office, will come to the front door with a clipboard for you to sign your child out. Students who are late, can ring the doorbell and come into the building once the door is unlocked and checkin in the main office and then will be sent them to their homerooms.
If you need to see the nurse for any reason, such as dropping off medication, please call the Health Office at 857-7789, she will arrange a time to meet you outside, in front of the building.
Thank you for your patience as we navigate the new norm for this school year. We can't wait for the time that it's ok for parents to come back in and volunteer at school, and connect in person!
With our students currently thinking about what ensembles they’d like to play or sing in, we wanted to make sure you were aware of the guidelines we will be following in those ensembles.
Students will be distanced in the room as much as possible, aiming for 6 feet with a minimum of 3 feet.
All students will continue to wear their masks. Wind instrument players will pull their mask down to play and pull it back up during pauses.
All wind instruments will be using MRV filter bell covers on the ends of their instruments
Please contact Mr. Oquendo or Mr. Sawyer if you have any questions or concerns regarding those guidelines.
The EWSD wants to acknowledge the recent event in the South Burlington School District and remind parents of what our District does to prepare for situations like this that may occur.
Congrats to EHS Global Leadership Program Director Jill Prado who was honored with a Fulbright Teachers for Global Classrooms Program award