May 13, 2020
Dear CH-UH Middle School Families,
The abruptness of the pandemic school closure required immediate exit for our students, and we realize that many personal items were left at the school as a result. The District is providing the opportunity for families to pick up items from the buildings such as medicine, instruments, jackets, boots, lunch boxes, textbooks or student workbooks, and any other instructional materials left in desks or lockers.
The middle school item pickup and locker cleanout is scheduled for May 20 & 21 and May 26 & 27. The office administrative support staff will be at the building each day to assist with any questions you may have pertaining to your child’s well being during the closure.
To keep everyone safe, the following measures and schedules will take place:
-Students may retrieve their belongings on 1 of the 4 days based on an alphabetical schedule. See the scheduled times below.
-A mask/lower face covering and gloves must be worn during the pickup. Families will not be permitted in the building without these items. Hand sanitizer will be made available throughout the process.
-COVID-19 screening states that temperature screening is a recommended practice, but is not required. Anyone who plans to enter the building to retrieve materials will be asked if they have a fever. Any person who reports having a fever will not be allowed entry.
-To minimize the flow of people and adhere to social distancing, we request that either the student or their parent/guardian (not both) enter the building to obtain materials from lockers. We will follow a one-time entry and exit protocol; once you have your belongings, you will not be allowed back into the building. Please make sure you take all your things with you.
-Educational materials will be packed in the supplied brown bag and more oversized items placed in plastic bags. Garbage bins will be made available throughout the exit locations to discard rubbish.
-Students will return all library books, instruments, and other school items. Monitored drop off stations will be set up throughout the building to collect district materials (e.g. library books, textbooks, Chromebooks*, instruments, etc.) Labels will be provided to tag returned items and documents who returned the items for district records.