|End of the Year|
Click this link to find your child’s/children’s teacher(s) and sign up for a time to drop off school materials and pick up your child’s belongings. Please remember:
- NO students are allowed in the building.
- Face masks/coverings MUST be worn at all times
- One (1) parent/adult may enter the building to pick up belongings.
- Social distancing MUST be practiced (6 feet of separation).
- Parent/adult must enter through the main entrance next to the flag pole.
At the front of the building there will be a station set up to collect the iPad, charging cord, charging block, and library books. After dropping off these items, you may enter the building during the time that you have signed up for to collect your child’s belongings. Items will be bagged and labeled outside of your child’s classroom. Yearbooks and specific t-shirts (camp, kindergarten, GOTR) will also be in the bags.
It is important that you return school items to ensure their use in the future.
The iPads and library books will be collected, treated, and stored for 14 days prior to being serviced and shelved to ensure your child’s safety along with the DR staff’s.
Any items not picked up by June 2 will be discarded for safety reasons.
|New Distance Learning Website|
We are excited to share with you the new "Distance Learning" website for our students and families! You will find all learning plans in one place by navigating to the different tabs. This website will be updated every Sunday evening with new plans for the upcoming week.
Click this link to go to the website.
Students have a direct link to Drummond's main website on their iPad. From here they can click on the Distance Learning website to find their learning activities.
|Surviving and thriving during at-home learning|
Like many families during the current global pandemic, Mary Sosman is trying to find a new normal, balancing working from home while supporting at-home learning for her own children. Sosman is an English language learner specialist at Drummond Elementary School, but also has a 6-year-old kindergartner and an 8-year-old second grader at home to support.
“It’s been a lot to juggle and my teacher-student ratio is stellar, but add working on top and it's a lot,” Sosman said. Sosman and families across the U.S. are discovering what works in navigating at-home learning with their own children while still working either at home or in the workplace. She and other staff in Pattonville provided advice on how to be successful at balancing both worlds in this new era of social distancing.
|Board sets last day of school for 2019-2020 school year|
The Pattonville Board of Education on April 14 approved setting the last day of school for this year as May 29 for students in early childhood through 11th grade. The last day for seniors is May 15.
|In-person classes canceled for remainder of school year|
Dear Pattonville families and staff,
This is a letter I hoped I would not have to write. We have made the incredibly difficult decision to cancel in-person classes for the remainder of the school year. Although distance learning and support for our families will continue through the end of school (now set for May 29), our buildings will remain closed until further notice and all school and district events scheduled for April and May are canceled. While we are heartbroken at the notion of finishing the year without being together, we believe we must take this unprecedented step to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and help save lives in our community.
|IMPORTANT: School closing beginning March 18|
Dear Pattonville families and staff,
Pattonville has made the difficult decision to close school beginning Wednesday, March 18, due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic impacting the region. We made this decision in consultation with county health officials and in coordination with St. Louis city and county school districts and the Archdiocese of St. Louis in order to ensure the health, safety and well-being of our students and staff and to do our part in trying to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 throughout the St. Louis region.
|Mar 2, 2020||March Calendar|
|Jan 24, 2020||February Calendar|
|Jan 7, 2020||January PTO Meeting|
|Dec 20, 2019||January Calendar|
|Dec 2, 2019||December Calendar|
|Nov 14, 2019||November Calendar|
|Nov 11, 2019||November Events|
|Sep 23, 2019||HERO Event October 7th|
|Sep 13, 2019||Picture Day!|
|Sep 5, 2019||September HERO Event|