Continuing our classes remotely

A letter from our President

A letter from our President

Dear Parents,

We are all facing a difficult and constantly changing situation at this time. As all schools will be closed for at least the next two weeks or more, GASA has also decided to close their campuses.

We are currently at work to coordinate instruction remotely and are making plans and preparations for virtual learning activities so that our students can participate in alternative learning plans while at home. For most students, we will keep our regular hours for instruction from 9 am to 12 pm, starting Saturday, March 21. Our Kindergarten and Preschool classes will be shortened somewhat.

All school directors and teachers will communicate their instructional methods to families via email, including ways for students to access content and submit work. The expectation is that each student completes the learning activities and work provided by teachers. You should hear from your director by the end of the day on Thursday, March 19, regarding instructional plans.

With your help we will be able to master this crisis. Thank you for your support.

Freundliche Grüße und kind regards,

Rita Reiff | President
www.germanschool4kids.org

GERMAN-AMERICAN SCHOOL ASSOCIATION
of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
13601 Whittier Boulevard, Suite 400
Whittier, CA 90605 – tel. 562-693-0223

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