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Highland Newsletter - October 30, 2020

Mr. Glogau - The Living Art Museum!

Article Date: Oct 30, 2020

Principal Letter

Hello Highland Families;

Many of you heard the message from Governor Brown today and are wondering what the metric change will mean for Bend La Pine Schools. I wish I could tell you exactly what will happen in the weeks to come, but it is all dependent on the number of COVID cases in Deschutes County which unfortunately are not looking good this week. In the meantime, we are continually working to create the safest environment possible for students and I am confident we will be ready when students arrive on campus. Please be watching for further details next week from the district or myself.

For now, I want to wish everyone a safe and fun Halloween weekend.


Brian Kissell

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Webex 4/5 Class Party!

School Bus - Yes or No?

Transportation Survey (Click) - Please take a short (two question) survey today. If you tried the link and it did not work last week, please try again. Please email [email protected] with information, if you are unable to complete the survey.

Bend La Pine School Transportation needs to know what each student is planning to do should we begin the Hybrid Model. As you can imagine, scheduling transportation routes is especially important and challenging this year. Please help transportation by completing a short survey as soon as possible.

Librarian Ms. Rychard continued a Highland tradition by reading a Halloween favorite to students

Submit Back to School / First Day Pictures!

We want pictures of your first day of CDL (virtual learning)! Please submit to [email protected].us.

(By sending in a photo or video you are agreeing to allow Highland Elementary School to use the photo or video for the newsletter, the yearbook, virtual assemblies and other Highland community publications.)

Mileage Club T-Shirt Design Contest!

Please CLICK for information regarding the mileage club T-shirt design contest due November 3rd. Students who complete a marathon will receive a free T-shirt designed by a Highland student.