Dr. Daniel Listening Tour
Unit 5 Superintendent Dr. Mark Daniel is conducting a Listening Tour, making a stop at each Unit 5 school.
Parents, staff, teachers and students are invited to attend these meetings, where two essential questions will be asked:
1. What makes your school extraordinary?
2. How can we make it even better?
The goal of the Listening Tour is to bring together students, parents, and staff to exchange ideas and best practices, as we work to develop our strategic plan.
Dr. Daniel will be hosting this interactive meeting from 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. at Colene Hoose on Monday, September 22nd.
Please do not miss this opportunity to share your thoughts and ideas!
This service dog is a highly trained companion for our student and is able to assist our student in many of the routine activities. The child’s right to have a service dog is protected under Human Rights legislation and follows Unit 5 Board Policy.
All the teachers in the school will be given instruction on how their students should behave around the service dog. The students will be informed that while the service dog is wearing his red vest at the school, he is a working service dog and should not be treated as a pet.
This is a wonderful opportunity for our Hoose Hawks to see how a service animal can positively affect the student with whom he has been matched. If you have any specific concerns regarding the presence of the service dog in your child’s class, please contact the school.
Thank you for your understanding and support.