Chamisa Principal Debbie Smith announced that the school will begin bringing back students on a staggered basis beginning tomorrow, Jan 30, with the third grade. Classes will be relocated on a temporary basis as listed below.
“Chamisa staff has been flexible, creative, and proactive throughout this process,” Smith said “They are anxious to get all their children back in school! I appreciate the cooperation from all students and staff and applaud the hard work of our fourth though sixth graders during this crisis.”
- Third-graders will resume classes tomorrow, Wednesday, Jan. 30: Mrs. Smith and the teachers will meet third grade students and any interested parents in the gym at 8:20 a.m tomorrow when school starts. Chamisa will be temporarily relocating the students to different spaces in the school. Mrs. Smith will update parents on the progress and plans.
- Kinder through second-grade students will resume classes on Thursday, Jan 31: Mrs. Smith and the teachers will meet students (and interested parents) in the gym at 8:20 a.m.Thursday to direct them to temporary classroom locations in the school. Mrs. Smith will be available to update parents on progress and plans.
- Removal and reconstruction in classrooms begins today. The scope and length of the project is yet to be determined, but will include removal of damaged walls and ceilings, repair of storm water flow systems, and replacement of carpet, as needed.
- Regular updates to families will be emailed and posted on the Chamisa website. Watch for further details. Plans are to return to normal operations as soon as possible, while continuing with needed repairs.