GES End of the Year Pick up/Drop Off Materials Scheduled
During the final week of the school year, GES staff will be at
the building to distribute materials students may have left in the classroom
or teachers need to send home. This will also be an opportunity to return any
books or materials which belong to the school or teachers. The times for this process will be May 26
from 4:00- 6:00 PM and May 27 from 9:00- 11:00 AM or 1:00- 3:30 PM.
Student Chromebooks do not need to be returned other than: 1) a
student Chromebook is in need of repair, for any reason. A note must be
attached clearly explaining the issue. 2) the student will no longer be
attending Granville Schools in the fall. 3) the student does not require a
Chromebook at home because additional devices are available for summer online
activities. In all cases, the charger must be returned as well.
here to complete an online form to assist us in planning for this event.
This exchange of resources is completely optional for those who desire or
need to do so. We do not want anyone to take an unnecessary risk.
In order to exchange/ retrieve resources while still adhering to
physical distancing guidelines as much as possible, a very strict process
will be in place.
- K-1 parents will receive materials
in the rear parking lot adjacent to the playground. Second- third grade
parents will use the alley entering at Sunrise Street and exiting onto
- Parents will pull forward to the
designated location, remain in the vehicle, and then provide the name
and teacher of the student(s) to the staff member.
- The materials will be brought
directly to you and placed in your vehicle. No one other than designated
staff will enter the building.
- Families may return materials at
this time. Those materials must be in a single bag with the student's
name and teacher's name clearly marked. Materials will be placed in bins
and left untouched for a period of time.
- Any Chromebooks being returned must
include the charger.
- All staff will be wearing
appropriate protective gear.
- Anyone with students in grades in
both locations, will need to utilize both retrieval sites to receive materials.
No exceptions will be made.
Again, this process is completely optional for families.
Posted: Monday, May 11, 2020