A Few Thoughts from Mr. Galati
Last Friday, we had our first Reunification Drill. This provided us a chance to test the PPS protocols and make amendments as needed to make the process right for Llewellyn. Thanks go out to the parents that helped in the design of the drill which began nearly a year ago. Special thanks go out to Mr. Gilbert Keenan, Parent Reunification Chair. I also want to acknowledge our amazing teachers and staff for their efforts during the drill. I am most grateful to all of our students and parents who were so patient with the process.
For a half an hour on Friday afternoon, we practiced this drill and within a 30 minute block, we were able to reunite 112 families (this doesn’t include families with multiple children). Any time you have a drill, you discover many things. While we discovered a number of ways to improve our practice, I am so excited to say overall that it was successful. Next year, when we practice this again, we will make our changes and implement a few additional elements. If you had a chance to participate or be a part of this experience, please let me know your thoughts. Again, thank you for your flexibility and for being a part of a drill that we hope that we never need to implement.
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8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Cup of Joe with Joe
6:00 PM District Board Meeting