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LAST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR RUNYON: MAY 21, 2015
5th Grade Continuation Letter
Runyon Transportation Letter
February 12, 2015
Dear Parents/Guardians of students at Runyon Elementary School and the Options Secondary Program:
As you may know, improvements to Littleton Public Schools facilities across the district are underway, thanks to passage of the 80 million bond in November 2013. You may also be aware that your school communities will be impacted for several months while improvements are being made.
In order to complete major repairs at Runyon Elementary in the coming months, Options Secondary in its entirety will be temporarily relocated to the Options facility in both the main building and in several portable classrooms on the school’s campus. Runyon Elementary School will then be temporarily relocated to the Whitman Facility while Runyon undergoes repairs. These moves will take place beginning May 22, 2015. Students will attend the fall semester of the 2015-2016 school year in their temporary location. Runyon will return to school after winter break back at Runyon Elementary. Whitman will then be available for the Options Secondary Program.
Bond work throughout the district will take place over the next three years. LPS facilities, including Runyon, Whitman and Options will benefit from
Increased network speed to support teaching and learning
Updated security systems
Updated fire alarm systems
Updated school communication systems
HVAC upgrades to improve learning environments
Repair/replacement of roofs
In an effort to facilitate the actual moving process, Runyon and Options Secondary students will not come to school May 22, 2015, and again on December 18, 2015. School staff will use these two days to pack their classrooms in preparation for the moves. School Age Child Care will be available for Runyon students in the SACC program on these two days.
We know you have questions about how these moves will impact your students and your families. We understand that these two additional non-student days may be an inconvenience to families, and we thank you for your patience. We also know that moving to a temporary location is an inconvenience, and we are making every effort to make the temporary moves as smooth as possible.
You will receive another communication from us in the coming weeks that will address questions you have concerning transportation, summer programs, etc. In the meantime, don't hesitate to contact us; we are here to help,
Diane Doney, Assistant Superintendent of Business Services/CFO
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