BATHROOM UPDATE 8/1/2018

Many of you may have questions regarding our new bathrooms that will be going in by Room 29.

Here is the latest update:

In the Spring, boring was completed at the location site of the new bathrooms. The  report was sent to the California Seismological Agency for review.  As a result of new regulations, the report was sent back to the district in the last few weeks with some questions that need to be addressed. The Engineers are currently working on answering these questions and resubmitting to the agency.  We are hoping to be able to begin construction in October. Work will be done after school and on weekends to reduce impact on student learning during the school day. Completion of the project is expected in December.

Thank you,

Kathy Olmsted

Principal

Every Student   Every Possibility    No Matter What

Welcome Back

Upcoming Dates:

10/26: We are having a Proctor community get together tomorrow, Thursday the 26th from 4:30 to 6:00, on the field. This will be a time for our students and families to reconnect before school starts on Friday. Please feel free to bring a picnic dinner, blankets, chairs and umbrellas.

10/27: School Reopens! Consider wearing your tiger tog tshirts, your blue shirt from Walkathon. If you need a tiger tog please contact president@proctorterracepta.org, or stop by the office before school starts – we are happy to replace togs that were lost.

10/27: Friday, October 27th, please join Mrs. Olmsted in the Multi for coffee after drop off.

10/31: Due to the postponement of TigerFest, we will be allowing students to wear their Halloween costumes on Tuesday, October 31st. Costumes must be school dress code appropriate, no weapons or masks allowed. We are trying to line up donations of costumes for those students who may have lost theirs in the fire. There will be a parade around the block at 10:30. The Library will be staffed for students who do not want to participate in the parade. Next year we will go back to no costumes on Halloween and continue our Tigerfest tradition.

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Letter from Mrs. Olmsted re: Moving Forward

Dear Proctor Terrace Families,

It is with a heavy heart that I write this letter. I am hoping this letter finds you and your family safe and well. After careful consideration and discussion, our school district has decided that we will remain closed to students through at least next week (10/20).

There are many factors that must be met in order to reopen schools, and at this point, we do not believe the current conditions allow those factors to be met.

Those factors are as follows:

1. Containment of the fires
2. Power on at every site
3. Safety of the facilities, including the clearing of smoke damage
4. Appropriate air quality inside and outside of the school.
5. Availability of teachers and support staff to operate the schools
6. Safe routes to and from school sites
We would like to provide support for your student once we return to school. Please let us know if your family has been directly affected by these devastating events. Please call me at: 707-975-0132 and leave a message if I do not answer or email me at kolmsted@srcs.k12.ca.us

We will continue to communicate with you as we receive updated information. Please check the District website for additional resources.

We look forward to seeing you soon. Stay safe and know that you are all in my heart.

Sincerely,

Kathy Olmsted

NO SCHOOL 10/16 – 10/20
Santa Rosa City Schools including Proctor Terrace are closed from 10/16-10/20. Click here for article in the Pressdemo

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