Miami Springs students and teachers began the process of going back to school live and in person. Slowly, but surely, life is getting back to some normalcy. Yes, many students have opted to stay home with digital learning. Furthermore, we understand several teachers and administrators are taking leaves of absence as opposed to returning to the classroom. Nevertheless, through the hard work and determination of so many teachers and administrators, schools have been able to reopen for in classroom learning.
Thank you Springview family for a successful first full day back! @Springviewpta1 @SusieVCastillo @RebecaSosaMiami @MDCPSCentral @CROJPACE3 pic.twitter.com/e6RSGUlt4d
— Springview Elem (@SpringviewElem) October 7, 2020
Of course, it’s not all normal yet. Masks are mandatory. There’s a lot of social distancing. And schedules have changed to allow for staggered drop offs and pickups. Bottom line, the schools are doing everything possible to provide social distancing and a safe environment for students and faculty.
𝚂𝚌𝚑𝚘𝚘𝚕 𝙷𝚘𝚞𝚛𝚜 ⏰ pic.twitter.com/edWFv9rQ62
— Miami Springs Elem. (@MiaSpringsElem) October 5, 2020
We want to congratulate everyone for all their hard work to give students a much needed social environment that helps with their growth and learning.
Just a reminder! If you selected PHY (physical), you will be returning to school this week. 6th graders will return today and 7th & 8th graders will return Friday. If you selected MSO (virtual), you will continue with classes online. #ReturnSafe #MSMSEagles pic.twitter.com/o13aPik847
— Miami Springs Middle (@MSMSEagles) October 7, 2020
We hope everyone continues to practice social distancing, mask wearing, and regular hand washing to stop the spread of the Coronavirus. Stay safe everybody.
Welcoming students back to @RocketsCentral and @mssh_hawks. Glad to see high school students return to the classroom to continue learning. #MDCPSReopening pic.twitter.com/dGAUYwMy42
— Alberto M. Carvalho (@MiamiSup) October 7, 2020