Extended Spring Break | Tech Survey 03.14.2020

March 14, 2020

As an update to our message from late yesterday afternoon, P.K. Yonge’s Spring Break will be extended for students from March 16-27.

There are no requirements for face-to-face or virtual instruction during Spring Break.

If a transition to remote instruction is necessary after Spring Break, we will share details with families regarding access to devices for K-5 students, as well as resources and tools to support the transition K-12.

Many thanks to families for completing our Technology Access Survey. Please complete the survey if you have not already done so. We will be contacting families who require support accessing the Internet if we make the transition to providing instruction remotely.

Thank you seems inadequate. We couldn’t be more grateful for all of you

Additional Information

Meals for Children
Alachua County Food and Nutrition Services are providing free packaged meals to all children aged 0-18.

Locations: Eastside High, Buchholz High, Gainesville High, Newberry High, Santa Fe High, Hawthorne High, Howard Bishop Middle and the SWAG Community Center

March 16, 8-9am: Packaged breakfast
March 16-19, 11am-1pm: Packaged lunch and packaged breakfast for next morning
CDC Guidance for Home, School, and Workplace
The CDC has some helpful posters on how to practice good habits to support our own wellbeing as well as that of our families and communities: CDC | Workplace, School, Home Guidance.pdf

Stay Informed
University of Florida COVID-19 Updates
Alachua County Department of Health
Florida Department of Health
The Centers for Disease Control 

Back to Announcements >