Remote Schedule for Orange Color Code Weeks
Due to the Orange color code, ALL blended students will be online everyday for daily Teams meetings.
|Monday through Friday||8:15-9am||Reading|
|Monday through Friday||9:30-10:15am||Math|
|Monday through Friday||1pm-2pm||Small Groups|
Please check in with your child’s teacher Monday morning to see if there are any materials that need to be picked up from the school. Pick up times are scheduled for Monday, December 7, for each grade level to obtain needed materials for this week.
Times are as follows (siblings can pick up at one time...the older child’s pick up time):
Check with your regular classroom communication format (schoology or dojo) for any updated information specific to your child’s classroom as there may be some that already have necessary materials for remote learning this week!
If you have questions or concerns, teachers & staff will all be present in the building everyday this week.
Christmas Parade Time Change-Wednesday, December 23
We have moved the Christmas parade closer to 1pm due to lunch pick up time!
Don’t forget you can pick up your 8 day lunch/breakfast packs on Wednesday!
We are bringing the Christmas parade to you on Wednesday, December 23!!! (You have paraded for us a lot the last few month, now it‘s our turn!)
We will line up at 12:30 and hope to start parading at 12:45. You can watch from home (if you live on our route) or you can walk or drive to a spot along the route to catch a glimpse of your favorite teacher or staff member!
1. We will leave school on 2nd Street and go to 11th Avenue.
2. We will drive East down 11th Ave to 12th Street.
3. Then turn left on 12th Street to 9th Ave.
4. We will head down 9th Ave to 5th Street West.
5. We will make a left on 5th Street West and turn left on 11th Ave and return to school!!!
(We must obey the traffic lights/signs, so please be patient as we make our way through the route!)
We miss all of our students so much & hope to see some familiar faces!!! We wish everyone a Happy Holiday Season!
Please pick up meals for your students. You can pick up meals from any of the listed locations.
Beginning Monday, December 7, Cabell Counhty Schools will utilize school buses to deliver student meals to the Grab-N-Go locations listed on this site. They will continue each weekday, excluding out-of-calendar days and holidays, until in-person instruction resumes. These meals include breakfast and lunch and will be available for pick-up each day from 12:00 pm to 12:30 pm.
December 23 - (Wednesday) 2hr. Early Releas-Faculty Senate
December 24 - 31 - Holiday Break - No School for Students
Jan 1-3 - Holiday Break Continued - No School for Students
January 4 - Students Return to School
Southside Elementary Procedures
- Students with last name beginning with A-K will go on Mondays and Tuesdays.
- All students will do remote learning with their classroom teacher on Wednesdays.
- Students with the last name beginning with L-Z will go to school on Thursdays and Fridays.
Basic Southside Information
Doors will open at 7:30am and students are to go directly to their classrooms. The tardy bell doesn't ring until 8:25. We encourage children to come a little early so that we can get through all our safety protocols. Instruction will promptly start at 8:25.
1st-5th Grade Walkers-enter through door #6 (2nd grade stairwell doors)
All Car Riders-enter through the main doors
Kindergarten Walkers enter through their outside classroom doors.
*All tardy students must go through the main office.
**Due to safety regulations, no adults will be allowed to walk their students to their classrooms this year. We have positioned staff members throughout the hallways to help all students make their way to the correct classrooms.
Car Riders-Dismissed at 2:30
- All car riders will be picked up in front of the school and will be called out when you arrive.
Walkers-Dismissed at 2:50
- Kindergarteners released out of their classroom doors.
- 1st grade and Mrs. Hamer's class released out of playground door #10.
- 2nd grade released out of door #6 (2nd grade stairwell doors).
- 3rd grade and Mrs. Gornik released out of the 9th Avenue stairwell door.
- 5th grade released out of the library door.
Southside School Nurse Important Information
Booklet of information regarding COVID-19 Re-entry Information
Letter from School Nurse
Dear Parents or Guardians:
First, I want to say welcome back to school! I am Courtny Lewis, the school nurse for your child’s school. 2020 has been a crazy year so far and a lot of things have changed. I wanted to address some of the procedures that we will be doing for this school year before our year starts.
Each day when your student comes to school, he/she will be asked screening questions for any symptoms related to Covid-19 (these include runny nose, sore throat, stomach ache, chills, body aches, headache, loss of smell or taste). A temperature will be taken every day upon arrival, too. If your child has a fever (temperature above 100.4) or answers “yes” to any one symptom the teacher will send the student to our isolation room to be assessed by an LPN or myself.
After assessment by the nurse, you will receive a phone call to come and pick up your child. Our procedure for the county is that a student with any one symptom will go home. The student must be in isolation for 14 days and do schoolwork remotely from home. You may take your child to his/her pediatrician to be assessed. If the pediatrician states the student is cleared and can return to school earlier than 14 days, then the school will need that in writing for him/her to return.
I know this may cause some inconveniences in plans; however, we must be extra cautious during this pandemic as we return to school. We have spoken with our county health department and our newly hired Chief Medical Officer, and this is the recommendation from both groups.
If you or your child has tested positive for Covid-19, we ask that you call the school to inform us. This information will be kept private and only shared when necessary to the Health Department, so we can contact trace with other students in your child’s core grouping.
If your child is not feeling well, please don’t send him/her to school. We will be lenient on absences during this time. I also encourage you to get the flu vaccine for you and your child as soon as they are available. If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to us, we are here to help. We want to be back in school with your children. Let’s help the end of 2020 be better than our beginning! Thank you!
Courtny Lewis, MSN, RN, CPN