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Points of Pride
On behalf of Parkland Elementary and myself, I hope this communication finds you well and in good spirits. Please let your children know that WE miss them very much are we are thinking about them. As we begin tomorrow (April 6, 2020) to go to online learning, let us not forget that all of the US: students, teachers, parents, and the community are going through this TOGETHER. Teachers will be providing engaging lessons using different on-line tools. Do not hesitate to ask for assistance if your child needs help online because we are here for your child. However, first and foremost our main priority will be the safety and well-being of our community. Please continue to follow all precautions regulated by local and state health officials and governments and reach out to us if you need anything. As a community, we will move forward through resiliency and optimism!
Roxanne Merfa Principal Parkland Elementary
You can contact me anytime at 915-434-6601 firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on the link below to see Ms. Merfa's weekly newsletter
We may not be in school, but... the learning doesn't stop!
Online Registration Deadline is May 15, 2020
Please call us at any of the below phone numbers if you need registration help or have a question.
434-6610, 434-6606 or 434-6600.
If your child needs help to log on to certain apps or they have troubleshooting issues with their laptop,
please call Mr. Gonzalez at 434-6630.
Your child should either read independently for two 20-minute sessions per day or listen to an audiobook or be read to. Any reading material is fine, as long as you feel it's appropriate. If your child struggles with five or more words on the page, then the selection is too difficult.
Reading and writing can be in English, or in your home language, or in a combination.
Everybody Loves A good book!
Family Resources Please reach out to us if you need assistance with information from any of the related schools or health agencies.
Free Internet Services
El Pasoans fighting hunger
Crisis Text Line