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The following document outlines the suggested Snow School summer learning for each grade level. Due to the early closure of school this year, summer learning will be more important than ever. Please take a moment to read.

2020 Snow School Summer Learning

June 8, 2020

Dear Snow Families,

On behalf of the Snow Team, we would like to wish every Snow family and safe and relaxing summer break.  We are so proud of how the whole Snow community came together during this difficult period to support our students. Each child is precious to us and we miss them dearly. 

To help our students continue to make progress throughout the summer break, we will be posting suggested summer work. 

Thursday, June 11 is the last ¬Ĺ day of school for students.  The Snow staff would like to say goodbye to students for summer time by standing along Culver Street at  11:00am on June 11.  Staff will be waving goodbye and sending their best wishes to all Snow students.  We are asking any family that chooses to participate to drive south down Culver at this time and wave to staff and honk their horns! 

As we receive information regarding the 2020-2021 school year, we will be sure to communicate through the district website and our Snow blog.  Have a wonderful break!

The Snow Team Thank you,

Amal Alcodray
Principal Snow School

The following document outlines the Summer Learning expectations for 5th graders. This is required learning that will be graded in the first card marking of 6th grade. Please take a moment to read this important information.

2020 Summer Learning

Welcome to the last week of school! There is one assignment for this week and it is posted in Google Classroom. Students will be making a Digital Memory Book. I hope they enjoy ūüôā

Parents, please make sure you have completed the School Re-Open Committee Survey, we need your input! 5th Grade Parents, please make sure you complete the scheduling process for Stout. There was a Blog Post, email, and Class Dojo post with links to the information.

Lastly, we will have our last BBB Meeting this Wednesday at 3pm. We will gather just to hang out, have fun, say good-bye!

Please complete this important survey from the School Re-Open Committee.  For translation assistance, parents may call 313-580-2532 Monday June 8th through Friday June 12th 8:30a.m. through 4:30p.m. 

Thank you! 

School ReOpen Committee Parent Survey #1  https://forms.gle/DNx3eN8hcRpXsfSs5

The following¬†letter is from Principal Greg Oke at Stout.¬† It contains important information and links about scheduling classes.¬† Please take a moment to read it carefully.¬† As some families know from having students in Middle School, fixing your schedule at the beginning of the year is much harder than making sure you schedule correctly the year before.¬† Please don’t ignore this information.¬† Students, share this information with your parents.


I will continue to forward information as it comes to me from Stout but you should follow the Stout Blog to ensure you continue to receive information once summer begins.  

Students who need to pick up their desk belongings may do so next week by appointment only. Call the main office at (313) 827-6250 to schedule your pick up time.