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Culture, Togetherness, Consistency

     Doing together what we cannot manage alone. 

- Heather Vogel Frederick –

January 14, 2022

Dear Dennison Community,

It was great to be back in school for a full week with students.  You all received a message from Superintendent Dorland earlier this week regarding staffing shortages.  I am happy to report that so far, we have been able to fill our staff absences with guest teachers and I anticipate we will continue to be able to do so.  As always, I will communicate with you if that changes.  


On the first day back for staff, January 4, I spoke to the staff about resilience.  We are all committed to the Dennison vision and mission and yet we have faced many obstacles throughout the pandemic.  I shared this video with them. Resilience Video. There have been many things that have tried to “knock” all of us down (both the school and families,) but we continue to do our best. I am so incredibly proud of the resilience our staff has shown over the last 22 months.  Your children have been, and always will be, our number one priority.  


I would like to take this opportunity to remind you that we welcome volunteers at Dennison!  Our goal is that 100% of families volunteer at least once during the school year. There are always books to shelve in the library, Friday folders to stuff, recycling to gather, copies to be made, crosswalk duties to fill, etc.  Please reach out directly to your classroom teacher if you’d like to support in that way, or feel free to email me directly if you’d like to volunteer but don’t know where to start!  I look forward to hearing from you!


Monday, January 17: No School, Martin Luther King Jr. Day

I hope you have a wonderful three day weekend, see you Tuesday!


Aimee Crispin

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