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Principal's Message

Hello TIGER families, 
Sherman Oaks Elementary Charter teachers and staff are working hard to launch our distance learning model on Monday, April 13th. Teachers have developed daily schedules, taking into consideration parents working from home and households with multiple students.  Schedules will include enrichment and offline learning activities.  Grading and assessment information is forthcoming.
Spring Break is April 6-10 and we are recommending that families allow students to take this time off, get refreshed as the new distance learning model will launch this coming Monday.
Your foremost priority is your families health and well being. Parents are advised to be mindful of the amount of media students are exposed to about the Coronavirus. Please have honest and age appropriate conversations with your children.
I will send robo-call messages as updates are provided. Please be sure to listen to my message or access them via parent square. 
Up-to-date information can be found at, or if you have any other questions you can contact the hotline at 213-443-1300. I advise families to also follow Superintendent Beutner on his Twitter account @AustinLASchools.
Superintendent Beutner gives 2 daily updates.  Those updates can be viewed by visiting 
Remember, the most important thing we can do is to  help prevent the spread of the virus is to practice good hygiene including washing your hands regularly with soap and water for about 20 seconds.
I have attached parent and student resources below to help support  with  learning at home.
Thank you for working with us, for being flexible and may we all remain safe and healthy during this time.
We miss you all, we are a strong community and we WILL make the best of this situation.
Thank you for your support
Carla Miller

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