The following information is taken from a news release from the Utah Department of Health and Human Resources. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued recommendations for...
*Since the line for lunch pick-up gets to be very long, if you are ONLY picking up student belongings, you can drive around the lunch pickup line and drive to the flagpole area.*
When we left Timpanogos on March 13, we left thinking we would be back the next Monday and students didn’t pack up their belongings from their desks and classrooms. Teachers have packed up your child’s belongings to be distributed to you. We will not be able to allow any of you into the school building as it has been completely disinfected by our custodian crew, so any lost and found items will need to be picked up in August. We greatly appreciate your support with this.
Picking up your child’s belongings will be done much like breakfast and lunch distribution as a grab and go by the front of the building. During the pick-up times we would ask you to not get out of your car. Teachers will be wearing gloves and masks. Teachers will be there to tell your child good-bye, but they will not be able to take pictures or hug your child. We know this will be very difficult for teachers and students alike.
Because of the need to keep groups to a minimum, only one grade level will be picking up their materials each day. We know that this will be harder for those of you who have multiple children and we apologize for this inconvenience. Because we need to keep numbers to a minimum, the administration team will not be there to say our good-byes. We look forward to the time when we will be able to hug all your children again and wish you the very best going forward.
Pick up time will be the same as lunch pick up each day from 11am to 12pm.
Here is this week’s pickup schedule: Monday, April 27- 5th grade Tuesday, April 28- 4th grade Wednesday, April 29- 3rd grade Thursday, April 30- 1st grade Friday, May 1- Kindergarten
Next Week’s Schedule: Monday, May 4- 6th grade