May 7, 2020
Dear Eyler Families,
Once again, I want to thank everyone for the educational and emotional support you are providing your child. Please continue working with your child’s teacher and reach out to me with questions or concerns. We are all here for you and your child.
Next, I’d like to say thanks for all the contact that has been made with your child's teacher for Teacher Appreciation Week. In observance of Teacher Appreciation Day, teachers will have a well-deserved day off on Friday, May 8th. As a result, you will not hear from your child's teacher until Monday, May 11th.
Finally, I would like to share an idea for a simple family activity for you and your children. Yes I know that many of you are probably rolling your eyes saying I’m crazy and you’re not doing any more. To try and persuade you, I wanted to share something personal that happened in my life. Just a few days before last Christmas my grandmother passed away. Recently I have been spending time sorting and cleaning as many do after a loved one it lost. During this time I stumbled across a picture of my Great Grandfather that I never knew about. I found it fascinating seeing his metals from the World War and the few stories that were written of why he was awarded them.
Family is important and it’s up to us to keep their memories alive within our own children. So, I have attached a couple things that you could do to help your child create a simple family tree and enjoy time listening to you share the stories you have of them.
Thank-you of your time, stay healthy, and keep learning,
April 25, 2020
Dear Eyler Families,
I would like to share the following message from Superintendent Krimmel:
Dear Airport Families,
Airport Schools have delivered over 86,000 meals since March 16th. We take great pride in helping our families and making sure our kids continue to get the nourishment they need. Please ask your children the questions on this short survey to help us serve the items they like the most. Milk is a requirement of every meal. Thank you for your help and support.
Next, I can truly say that I miss the sounds of laughter and learning in the halls of Eyler but I have enjoyed seeing so many of you during the food deliveries and on the many virtual classroom visits the teachers are having with our children.
Finally, please continue working with your child’s teacher and also keep reaching out to me with questions or concerns and I will do my best to support you. I’m proud to see how many active parents we have and you are all able and willing to pick up your child’s weekly packet and keep up with the online work. I know it’s hard, as I hear from my wife about my two daughters in 2nd grade at Eyler, but it’s so important to keep our children moving forward and to continue to be at the top of the charts. Again I want to say thank-you for the work you are putting in and please reach out for anything you need at all. We are all here for you and your child.
Stay healthy and keep learning,