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Monrovia Unified Instructional Services Newsletter

April 14, 2020

Dear Parents,

First, let me say that I hope you and your family are safe and healthy as you read this newsletter. Thank you so much for your patience and understanding as we have been adjusting, like you, to the drastic changes in life during the last few weeks. I am extremely appreciative of our students, parents, teachers, staff and administrators for their positivity, flexibility and resilience during these times.
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Mensaje del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Monrovia con relación a la nueva plataforma de comunicación para fortalecer las conexiones con las familias

10 de abril del 2020

Estimada comunidad del Distrito Unificado de Monrovia,

La constante necesidad de comunicación con nuestros estudiantes, familias, maestros y comunidad es más vital ahora que nunca. El Distrito ha adoptado ParentSquare, una nueva forma de comunicación que estamos preparando activamente para lanzar. Este al tanto para recibir un correo electrónico de presentación de ParentSquare.
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Monrovia Unified School District Celebrates Scholars with ‘Cruisin’ thru Monrovia’

April 9, 2020

Dear Monrovia Unified Community,

We are aware of the impact this extended dismissal has had on our entire community. Our students, especially, were required to change their routines in a way that can be hard to understand.

We can’t wait until we are allowed to return to school and are able to reunite with our students and colleagues. Because of this, we are excited to share that we will be celebrating our scholars with a parade at 10 a.m. Friday, April 10.
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Dr. Thorossian's March Superintendent Update

Dear Monrovia Unified Community,

I want to thank you all for your continued support as we work through these challenging times. I’m continually impressed with the strength of our school community, which has come together to support each other – showing what it means to be a part of the Monrovia Unified family.
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A Message from Monrovia Unified Regarding Continuity of Services and Testing

April 3, 2020

Dear Monrovia Unified community,

As our “spring break” draws to a close, we wanted to provide you with a summary of the resources available throughout the District in order to provide support during this extended dismissal period. All of the links are being updated regularly as new resources and information becomes available.

We will continue to do our very best to anticipate the challenges that come with this public health crisis.
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Mensaje del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Monrovia con relación a la continuidad de los servicios y exámenes

3 abril de 2020

Estimada comunidad del Distrito Unificado de Monrovia,

A medida que nuestro “receso de la primavera” llega a su fin, queremos proporcionarle un resumen de los recursos disponibles a través del Distrito con el fin de apoyar a nuestros estudiantes durante este periodo de receso extendido. Todos los enlaces han sido actualizados regularmente en lo que nuevos recursos e información está disponible.

Continuaremos haciendo lo mejor que podamos para prever los desafíos que conlleva esta crisis social.
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Monrovia Unified Receives Donation of Masks and Hand Sanitizer from Local Humanitarian Organization

Tzu Chi, a local humanitarian organization and private school, donated 2,000 surgical masks and 1,000 portable hand sanitizers to the City of Monrovia on March 31, with a portion of the donation going to Monrovia Unified School District to ensure the continued safety of staff, students, and families.

In addition to the masks and sanitizer, Tzu Chi also donated gloves and bottles of surface disinfectant.
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April 3, 2020

Amid the concerns regarding COVID-19 and extended student dismissal, Monrovia Unified School District is ensuring students receive daily nutrition through a Grab-and-Go meal distribution program, which provides free breakfast and lunch for children ages 18 and under.
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A Message from Monrovia Unified Regarding Extension of Dismissal Period

April 1, 2020

Dear MUSD Community,

The health and safety of our community is our number one priority. Today, we face a decision that puts that to the test. Governor Gavin Newsom, in his press conference, said he expected that “schools will not reopen.” State Superintendent Tony Thurmond noted, “it currently appears that our students will not be able to return to school campuses before the end of the school year.” State health officials have made it clear that the safest place to be is home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

With these in mind, the Board of Education, during an emergency meeting on Wednesday, April 1, determined to extend our student dismissal until the end of the school year.
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