With quiet hallways and empty classrooms, life is anything but ordinary at the I PROMISE School. This week, our IPS educators are returning to their school home in coordinated shifts to pack up items left at the impromptu closure. With students’ sweaters still hanging on hooks and projects filling their bins, their teachers came to clean and organize all that was left behind to prepare for the road ahead.
Always working to meet the unique needs of the I PROMISE students, IPS teachers, team LJFF and our Chase volunteers will be delivering students’ belongings straight to their doorsteps, creating an in-person opportunity to check in and show how much we miss them.
With social distancing at the forefront, students will be surprised with a parade of support in the coming days as we make the rounds to every student’s home.
While the teachers clear their classrooms, work also continues in the Family Resource Center and the new 6th grade wing to make sure home is ready when our kids and families can safely return.
As much as our students miss and need school, we all miss and need them more! Can’t wait for the day the IPS hallways are buzzing once again, and the classrooms are anything but empty.
We Are Family.