Wolf Weekly
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Wolf Weekly


November 22, 2020


Good Evening Lake Ridge Middle School Parents and Students,


I hope everyone had a great week and is looking forward to our Thanksgiving break.  I just have a few pieces of information for this week's Wolf Weekly.  


This upcoming week we will only have our asynchronous Monday and one synchronous day of instruction on Tuesday.  Wednesday class teachers have been given the option to give a mini lesson asynchronously on Monday if it is needed to keep classes aligned but it is not mandatory for them to do so.  This is just to help classes stay aligned during this month of November when we have many holidays that fall on a Wednesday.  


Wednesday-Sunday Lake Ridge Middle School will be closed.  The office will not be open, and phones will not be answered.  We will return to normal business hours on Monday, November 30th.  


PWCS will sent an email with a survey link last week to PWCS students in grades 3-12, parents, and some staff asking for feedback about how virtual instruction is going. The survey is intended to provide information to help us better serve students and families, as we all adjust to this new learning environment. Submissions for the survey will be open through November 30


We are still looking for parent members of our Wolf Pack Advisory Committee.  This committee works with our Leadership Team to help drive our Continuous Improvement Plan at Lake Ridge Middle School. If you would be interested, please reach out to our Director of Counseling, Ms. Merica at mericake@pwcs.edu.


Due to our short week this week, I do not anticipate sending out a Wolf Weekly next week unless there is important information that comes out this week and it directly impacts Lake Ridge Middle School.


During this time of Giving Thanks, I have to say thank you to our staff, students, parents, and the Lake Ridge Middle School community.  This year has been challenging to say the least, but we have done a tremendous job as a school community rising to this challenge.  I am so grateful for the opportunity to work in this amazing community.  I hope you all have a restful and safe break and I look forward to seeing everyone when we return in December.  



Jim Dutrow


Lake Ridge Middle School