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 Letter from our Principal

 

 

October 12, 2020

 

Dear Parents,

 

We hope that this letter finds you and your family doing well during this ultra-challenging time. We commend you and your student(s) - our school staff is reporting that students continue to be excited to be in school and are complying with our “mask up” requirement, and we know that parents are a BIG reason for their cooperative spirit! We truly want to keep in-person learning opportunities available and extracurricular activities going! Thank you for your ongoing support and cooperation.

Weber School District has been continuously evaluating both student needs, as well as our teachers’ capacity to meet those needs. It has become increasingly apparent that expecting teachers to teach students in person, as well as both short-term and long-term flexible learners, is unrealistic.  Even with the additional 45 minutes each day, this expectation is unsustainable. We are proud and extremely grateful for the tremendous efforts teachers have made on behalf of all students during an unprecedented time.

Adjustment to the Long-Term Flexible Learning Option: 

 

Working closely with the Weber County Commissioners, Superintendent Jeff Stephens articulated that one of Weber School District’s highest priorities is to provide critical support for teachers related to working with both in-person and long-term flexible learners. The commissioners recognized the teachers’ needs and redirected CARES funding that had been allocated to Weber County. This money has now been granted to Weber School District to assist our teachers. We are deeply appreciative of our county commissioners and their commitment to support the teachers and students in our district.

 

Beginning second quarter (November 2, 2020), we will be making an adjustment as it relates to our long-term flexible learners. Families who opt to have their students in the long-term flexible learning model will be assigned to Weber School District certified teachers in our Weber Online program. These instructors will be supporting your son or daughter via Weber Online coursework, on a quarter-by-quarter basis. We will continue to stay connected to you and your child in a number of ways so that if you should decide to have your child return to our school for in-person learning, the transition will be a smooth one. We believe that this adjustment will not only better serve our long-term flexible students, but it will also provide some much needed relief for our regular classroom teachers.  We want to emphasize that your son or daughter will be assigned to a certified Weber School District teacher. The Weber Online program will be directed by a principal who works solely with our long-term flexible students. Furthermore, with the help of this acquired funding, we are currently planning to expand our Weber Online program as well as add magnet courses to address long-term flexible learners, beginning second quarter. 

 

Most classroom teachers will only be responsible for in-person students and those who are out of school for a short period of time (short-term flexible learners), beginning second quarter (November 2, 2020). These short periods away from school would be in relation to at-home isolation for contracting Covid-19 or quarantine due to exposure to Covid-19. The details are still being defined as we consider and process the feedback we’ve received. More detailed information will be forthcoming. 

 

We greatly appreciate that everyone is working together to ensure that we are able to continue to provide flexible learning options for all students during a very difficult time. And, we applaud our parents and students’ efforts to adhere to mitigation of risk strategies (i.e., wearing masks/face coverings on school grounds, staying home when symptomatic, following school/classroom mitigation of risk plans) being implemented in our schools. Our goal is to keep our schools open and kids learning!  Thank you for your support of the teachers of Weber School District. Enjoy your Fall Break!

Sincerely,

 

Nicole Meibos

Principal

Two Rivers High School Faculty and Staff

 

 

 

 

Congratulations! We have survived the first mini term!

We will be holding Parent Teacher Conferences this coming Wednesday, September 30 from 12:30-7:00. Due to the pandemic and social distancing requirements for safety, we will be offering the option of a virtual meeting or a face to face meeting by appointment.  

Please contact your student’s teachers if you are interested in these options.

If you come to the school for a face to face meeting we do ask that parents practice social distancing and wear a mask while in the building.  

We are looking forward to discussing your child’s progress with you!

 Two Rivers Faculty List

 

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Anderson, Amy

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Bonham, Sherry

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Burke, Joseph

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Cox, Cassie

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Cozzens, Josh

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Franklin, Ray

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Gainsforth, Derrick

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Hatch, Bryan

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Hancock, Zach

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Henry, Stephen

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Jessop, Russ

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Johnson, Jeff

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Lopez, Tasmine

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Oakes, Joseph

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Stokes, Ryan

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Stone, Jenny

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Bachman, Nikki

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Henry, Natasha

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Nielsen, Grace

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Attention Two Rivers Patrons

A Message from our teachers to you!

Please click here to see the video message.

 

Trapper students and families: 

Our teachers are hard at work preparing your online curriculum for the next two weeks.  You should hear from the teachers no later than Wednesday as to what to expect moving forward.  It is important that you continue working on those assignments that teachers put together.  This is not a break, just a different way to receive the information.  

Here are a few key things to be aware of: 

Due to the public health concerns, it is not appropriate to “hang out” at school, meet friends, or otherwise congregate at the school at this time.  

Teachers have been asked to respond to students within an appropriate amount of time. All teachers are available from 8am – 1pm, but not necessarily on campus.  We have been directed to limit the number of people in our building – this includes teachers, aides, secretaries, etc. Some teachers are working from home.  If you need face to face assistance, this is going to be on a minimal basis and should be set up via email.  DO NOT just show up on campus hoping your teacher will be here.  

Comcast does have a program to get Wi-Fi into homes.  Visit corporate.comcast.com/covid-19 for additional information on low-cost in-home internet.  

Online and Packet Curriculum Options

Teachers will be providing online and packet curriculum options. The advisory teacher will be contacting you or your student to collect information regarding these two options today or tomorrow. Your advisory teacher will also be contacting you on how to access the curriculum for each of your individual teachers. Students should be able to begin accessing this curriculum starting tomorrow.

Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions or concerns.

801-476-3920  

BREAKFAST AND LUNCH INFORMATION

In an effort to support families during the “soft closure” of schools, Weber School District will be providing "Grab and Go Meals" for breakfast and lunch at federally approved schools.  All Weber School District students 18 years of age and under are eligible to pick up a free meal at the following schools:

Lakeview Elementary                                                Municipal Elementary

North Park Elementary                                               Roosevelt Elementary

Washington Terrace Elementary                                Burch Creek Elementary

Valley View Elementary                                           Green Acres Elementary

Riverdale Elementary                                                 Roy Elementary

In order to serve “Grab and Go” meals to even more families throughout the district, 10 additional satellite sites have been identified. Students 18 years of age and under can pick up breakfast and lunch at these sites free of charge.

Fremont High                                                              Weber High

Snow Crest Jr.                                                             Rocky Mountain Jr. 

Wahlquist Jr.                                                               Kanesville Elementary    

West Weber Elementary                                            Hooper Elementary

Uintah Elementary                                                     Majestic Elementary                       

Serving Times:

Beginning Wednesday, March 18 - Breakfast 9:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. - Lunch 10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Because our breakfast and lunch serving times run back to back, a student could pick up both breakfast and lunch at the same time. 

Please be safe during this time.  The goal of the school closure is to prevent the spread of this virus.  We all need to do our part to take care of our community.  Be mindful of each other and be a good community member.  If you know someone has needs, do your part.  We have an amazing community.  Thank you to our teachers, staff, students, parents, and guardians for their understanding during this time.  Together, we can make this a positive opportunity to grow closer through our strength for each other. 

Review these to help you make the most of this time:  

Online learning can be engaging and fun, but it requires your participation and self-motivation. You are in control to make the next two weeks fabulous!!!   

1st key to successful online learning is to make a calendar, use a calendar app, or get some sort of organizer. As you start getting lots of emails from all your teachers, record the schedule of assignments, requirements and due dates for each class.

2nd key to successful online learning is YOU. YOU need to motivate yourself to put in school time & effort each day, or at the end of this "soft closure" you will find you are scrambling and WAY behind! 

3rd key to online learning is knowing the deadlines of assignments and completing them ahead of the deadlines!  So I recommend, each day, virtually check in with each class through google or canvas or whatever platform that teacher is using, just as you would if you were at school. Stay organized and on top of things and I think you'll find this is a fun and efficient way to learn.

4th key is to reach out to the teacher or other students if you need help. Your generation is prepared and experienced in using technology to communicate with others. Don't sit at your computer discouraged. Initiate conversations to ask questions, collaborate with another student, check for additional online resources, email the teachers specific questions or post on their discussion boards. Just because you are physically separated from your peers and teachers doesn't mean communication has to stop. Teachers are still working during this "soft closure" and will be looking at student progress and will be available for help and questions.

Sincerely,

Ms.Meibos

Two Rivers

801-476-3920

tworivers.wsd.net

             

Spring Break March 30th -April 5th No School  

ACT Testing Juniors Only Tuesday April 7th 2020

 

PROM -April 9th

 

 No School Friday April 10th

 

 GRADUATION MAY 21st!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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