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New Website!

We have some very exciting news! At the beginning of July we officially launched a new website for our school and preschool. The address hasn’t changed, but we think you will love the new format. The new website is easy to navigate and has many useful tools that will assist you throughout the year.  I encourage you to watch the brief introduction tutorial (linked below) to learn more about the key features. For convenience, we have posted a separate introduction video for the K-8th school and the preschool programs. 
 
Feel free to browse around. Discover how you can import a school event right into your personal computer or mobile phone. Check out the Current Family Filing Cabinet where we have placed key documents including the K-8th Student Supply Lists, Bell Schedules and Handbooks. I think you’ll find the new “Search” tool very helpful as well!
 
– Mr. G
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