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Update from our Head of School - May 15, 2020

Happy Friday!  Make sure you check out our virtual field lesson to East River Dairy today on your child's google classroom with them today.  Hopefully next year we will be able to go in person.  You can also see it here:  https://youtu.be/XEcxE4tFgN8

Today is International Family Day.  Now more than ever, this COVID-19 crisis has shown us the importance of families.  We are so grateful to all of the families who contribute to our school family.  We know that these are challenging times for many and we hope that spending extra time with your family is a silver lining in a difficult time.  Take some time today and this weekend to do something fun as a family and enjoy time together.  


Here is an article from the United Nations about International Family Day:

https://www.un.org/es/observances/international-day-of-families

And here are some ideas of bonding activities you can do with your family today or this weekend in honor of International Family Day:

https://www.windowsonwashington.net/blog-full/international-day-of-families-5-bonding-activities-you-can-do-around-the-home

We have been so grateful to our families during this time.  Keep up the fantastic work kiddos and parents!  Enjoy your weekend!

Thank you,

Sara and the Truxton Academy Team

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