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Thankful for Charlo and Public Education: In the recent months there have been lots of controversy among public schools across the nation as politics have infiltrated education. It has been plain ugly at times with politicians using the pandemic to stir up the rhetoric rather than to focus on kids. I am very thankful to work with tremendous public educators and especially thankful to work with them in Charlo School District 7J. Our community, school board, and employees have kept the best interest of the students in mind during the pandemic from my perspective. We have had thoughtful conversations concerning face coverings and vaccinations but no riots, no threats, no recalls, no canceled board meetings. The school district has kept education as its main priority.

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Vaccination Clinic: Tribal Health will be holding a COVID vaccination clinic at Charlo High School for all students from ages 5-17 years old for anyone who is interested. This includes tribal and non-tribal students. Parents and/or guardians must be present to sign consent forms. The clinic will be held on FRIDAY December 3rd with the booster clinic to be held FRIDAY January 14th. Both clinics will be from 10:00 AM-1:00 PM. If your student has already had one dose, please bring their immunization card with you. Feel free to call with any questions.

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Report Cards: Students should have brought home report cards to parents by now for the first quarter. If you did not receive a report card please contact the school for a copy. If you still haven’t logged onto Infinite Campus to monitor your student’s grades please check the school website or call the office. Infinite Campus allows parents to keep up with student assignments and grades. Teacher are required to update information once a week. Please contact the school if you have questions.

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Foggy and Dark: We experienced our first morning of the dreaded Mission Valley Fog this morning. The fog combined with darkness is really challenging when students are arriving at school, waiting for buses, and boarding buses. Some students are wearing reflective jackets or coats. Others have flashlights or some sort of headlight with colors such as red or green. It really helps our staff, bus drivers, and parents who are driving when kids have reflective gear or lights. Please consider sending your students with something which helps identify them in the dark and makes them easier to see!

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End of 1st Quarter: Nov. 4 is the end of the 1st quarter. If there are any questions about grades please contact your teacher. Report cards go out the following week.

Morning Drop Offs: Please travel North to South when dropping off students in the morning. This is the same direction that buses are traveling. This allows everyone to exit to the same side of the school. We still have folks traveling the opposite direction and then students have to cross the street against traffic. It is dark in the morning. It is busy in the morning. Please help us keep everyone safe.

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No School Thursday or Friday: Reminder that there is no school Oct. 21-22 for teacher conferences. We are back in the saddle Monday Oct. 25.

GOOD LUCK TO OUR CROSS COUNTRY RUNNERS AT STATE IN MISSOULA ON SATURDAY!

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Parent Teacher Conferences: Parent teacher conferences will be Oct. 14 from 4 PM to 7 PM then again Oct. 15 9 AM- Noon. Elementary teachers have scheduled appointments with parents. Secondary teachers will be available in their classrooms for walk-ins during the respective times. Please contact the office if you have questions.

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Parent Teacher Conferences: Parent teacher conferences will be Oct. 14 from 4 PM to 7 PM then again Oct. 15 9 AM- Noon. Elementary teachers are scheduling times to meet with parents by appointment. Slips went home with elementary students this week. Secondary teachers will be available in their classrooms for walk-ins during the respective times. Please contact the office if you have questions.

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