COVID-19 Information and Updates

Coronavirus Links

State Department of Education Resources for Parents:  https://www.sde.idaho.gov/parents-educators.html
Idaho State Coronavirus website:  https://coronavirus.idaho.gov/
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School Updates

April 8, 2020

Here is a link for a Schoology Tutorial that will assist both Parents and Students.
​Schoology Tutorial

April 6, 2020

Please see reminder attached to the March 31 K-8 Parent Letter regarding Distance Learning so parents remember to be watching for the April 8 emails from their child’s teacher.

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Spanish-Parent Letter-April 6-Reminder-Upcoming Teacher Emails-VICTORY

Please see attached Parent Letter for high school students picking up items from the school.

April 6 High School Parent Letter – Victory Eng & Spanish


April 1, 2020

Please see attached Parent Letters on Preparing for Distance Learning.

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Spanish-Parent-Letter-March-31-VICTORY

April 1, 2020

Breakfast & Lunch Meals Update – April 1, 2020
Beginning Monday, April 13, the free, cold breakfast and lunch combo meals for students and their siblings, ages 1-18, will be available daily for curbside pickup at the school between 10:30 am –Noon while supplies last. UPDATE: Students and siblings do NOT now need to be present to receive the meals. Please remember the meals are to be taken and not consumed on site. Thank you.

Actualización de desayuno y almuerzo – 1 de abril de 2020
A partir del lunes 13 de abril, las comidas combinadas gratuitas para el desayuno y el almuerzo fríos para los estudiantes y sus hermanos, de 1 a 18 años, estarán disponibles todos los días para que los recojan en la acera en la escuela entre las 10:30 a.m. y el mediodía hasta agotar existencias. ACTUALIZACIÓN: Los estudiantes y hermanos NO necesitan estar presentes para recibir las comidas. Recuerde que las comidas deben tomarse y no consumirse en el sitio. Gracias.

March 26, 2020

Free meals update April 13-17 — Breakfast added!In the parent letter we sent March 25, we shared that from April 13-17, free, cold-lunch combo meals for students and their siblings, ages 1-18, will be available daily for curbside pickup at the school between 10:30 am –Noon while supplies last. We’re happy to say that this will now include breakfast! Please remember, children must be present to receive the meals. The meals are to be taken and not consumed on site.

Actualización de comidas gratis 13-17 de abril – ¡Desayuno agregado!
En la carta a los padres que enviamos el 25 de marzo, compartimos que del 13 al 17 de abril, comidas combinadas gratuitas de almuerzo frío para estudiantes y sus hermanos, de 1 a 18 años de edad, estarán disponibles diariamente para que los recojan en la escuela en la escuela entre las 10:30 am – Mediodía hasta agotar existencias. ¡Estamos felices de decir que esto ahora incluirá el desayuno! Recuerde que los niños deben estar presentes para recibir las comidas. Las comidas deben tomarse y no consumirse en el sitio.

March 25, 2020

Parents – Thank you for your quick replies to the email yesterday, March 24, regarding your home WIFI access. We’re receiving good information from you that is greatly helping us put in place what we now know will be the need to use remote learning our first week back from spring break, April 13-17.

More details will be coming regarding the approaches we’ll use April 13-17 so you and your students can prepare. If you’ve yet to reply to yesterday’s email, please do so as soon as possible, letting us know if you do not have WIFI access, and if you will have challenges in providing devices (i.e., PCs, laptops, etc.) for your students to use at home. Although, we have access to limited devices, we will try our best to provide those with no devices. Once this information is collected we will be able to determine the best arrangements for offering school attendance options to ensure our students are learning in the most effective ways possible.

Also, for April 13-17, free, cold-lunch combo meals for students and their siblings, ages 1-18, will be available daily for curbside pickup at the school between 10:30 am –Noon while supplies last. The meals are to be taken and not consumed on site. Children must be present to receive a free meal.

If you know of parents who might not be receiving these emails for some reason, please let us know, so we can contact them another way, or please ask them to call the school office. We want to make sure everyone is receiving these updates. The way in which our school community is coming together has been incredible and we appreciate all our efforts in helping each other. Thank you for your ongoing support.

We will keep updating you as we approach April 13, and we will be working with families individually as necessary to ensure all our students have access to their education that week. Please keep checking your email inbox, the school website and Facebook for information.

We continue to stay positive in our hopes you all are well and that tomorrow, the first day of spring break, is one you can enjoy among the uncertainties.

Dr. Marianne Saunders and Mrs. Tera Luce
Co-Administrators
Victory Charter School #451

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25 de marzo de 2020

Padres: gracias por sus rápidas respuestas al correo electrónico de ayer, 24 de marzo, con respecto al acceso WIFI de su hogar. Recibimos buena información suya que nos ayuda en gran medida a poner en práctica lo que ahora sabemos será la necesidad de utilizar el aprendizaje remoto nuestra primera semana de regreso del receso de primavera, del 13 al 17 de abril.

Llegarán más detalles sobre los enfoques que usaremos del 13 al 17 de abril para que usted y sus alumnos puedan prepararse. Si aún no ha respondido al correo electrónico de ayer, hágalo lo antes posible, infórmenos si no tiene acceso a WIFI y si tendrá problemas para proporcionar dispositivos (es decir, PC, computadoras portátiles, etc.) para sus alumnos para usar en casa. Aunque, tenemos acceso a dispositivos limitados, haremos todo lo posible para proporcionar a los que no tienen dispositivos. Una vez que se recopile esta información, podremos determinar los mejores arreglos para ofrecer opciones de asistencia a la escuela para asegurar que nuestros estudiantes estén aprendiendo de la manera más efectiva posible.

Además, del 13 al 17 de abril, habrá comidas combinadas gratuitas de almuerzo frío para estudiantes y sus hermanos, de 1 a 18 años, disponibles diariamente para que los recojan en la escuela en la escuela entre las 10:30 a.m. y el mediodía hasta agotar existencias. Las comidas deben tomarse y no consumirse en el sitio. Los niños deben estar presentes para recibir una comida gratis.

Si conoce a los padres que podrían no estar recibiendo estos correos electrónicos por alguna razón, háganoslo saber para que podamos contactarlos de otra manera, o pídales que llamen a la oficina de la escuela. Queremos asegurarnos de que todos reciban estas actualizaciones. La forma en que nuestra comunidad escolar se ha unido ha sido increíble y apreciamos todos nuestros esfuerzos para ayudarnos mutuamente. Gracias por su continua ayuda.

Seguiremos actualizando a medida que nos acercamos al 13 de abril, y trabajaremos con las familias individualmente según sea necesario para asegurar que todos nuestros estudiantes tengan acceso a su educación esa semana. Siga revisando su bandeja de entrada de correo electrónico, el sitio web de la escuela y Facebook para obtener información.

Seguimos siendo positivos con la esperanza de que todos estén bien y que mañana, el primer día de las vacaciones de primavera, sea uno de los que pueda disfrutar entre las incertidumbres.

Dr. Marianne Saunders and Mrs. Tera Luce
Co-Administrators
Victory Charter School #451

March 24, 2020

Hello Victory Parents – we wanted to touch base with you before we technically begin our scheduled spring break, which runs from March 26-April 10.

As we continue to work to stay ahead of the COVID-19 curve while following the directives by health officials, our Governor, and the State Board of Education, we are committed to maintaining our high standards of education and safety for your students. Realizing this might require an online component, depending on where things stand in a couple of weeks, we want to be as prepared as possible.

Therefore, we need your assistance by providing the following information to us as soon as possible:

If you do not have WIFI access at home, please reply to office@victorycharterschool.net saying so, making sure to include the names and grades of your students attending our school. While our teachers have a pretty good idea of which families might be without WIFI service, we want to do our best to confirm the information. Thank you for your quick replies.

We will remain in contact with you over spring break, so please be sure to check email often, as well as the school’s website and social media.

Take care and stay well,

Dr. Saunders and Mrs. Tera Luce
Co-Administrators
Victory Charter School

School Closed

Victory Charter closed March 17-April 10 for K-8; High school students to attend classes online March 17-25.

Victory Charter cerró del 17 de marzo al 10 de abril para K-8; estudiantes de secundaria asistirán a clases en línea del 17 al 25 de marzo.

See attached Parent Letter.  Thank you!

Coronavirus Parent Letter-School Shutdown 3-16-20-VICTORY

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