Dear AISPP Community –
The seriousness of the most recent Covid outbreak to our community has been difficult for many people to handle – it has, without a doubt, added stress to our lives. However, there is hope and positivity here too – the vaccine is being given out with promises of more to come. That is where our focus needs to remain.
We are consistently thinking about our students, our families and our teachers. These are difficult times all around, but we are glad to hear the new ideas keep coming in, the students keep learning, and the regular pattern of online learning helps to keep all of our children in a routine – and this is highly important for all of us.
Everyone’s well-being and mental health are also at the top of our list, and we are lucky to have such a strong team here at AISPP to support one another and to support our children and families. It feels like things keep changing every day, and in some instances, they are. But reaching out to AISPP for some help is always an option.
Please take these next 4 days of holiday to be kind to yourselves. Take time to be in a relaxed place with your families and children and just enjoy one another. The staff and teachers will be available again on Monday when classes start again.
- Thursday 18 March – NO SCHOOL
- Friday 19 March – NO SCHOOL
- Monday 22 March – return to learning & teaching
Betsy Hanselmann, M.Ed
Head of School