Thank You, Princeton Community!
A sincere and heartfelt “Thank You!” to the entire Princeton community for rising to the challenge in 2020!
Thank you to the parents who played a vital role in our transition to at-home learning. We could not have done it without your input and willingness to step up and guide your students as we implemented Princeton’s Remote Learning Plan. You embraced the challenges with a positive spirit that helped make the transition a success.
To our students who showed remarkable resiliency through this disruption, thank you! You continued to learn online despite the disappointments of not being in the company of your friends and teachers, and not being able to participate in the extracurricular activities that are such an important part of your learning experience. I know the wisdom you have gained this spring – through learning to adapt to unforeseen circumstances – will serve you well for the rest of your lives.
My gratitude extends to the teachers and staff who never missed a beat in moving their lessons online, distributing food and technology, and spreading Princeton Pride. Despite our school buildings being closed, you ensured that learning never stopped at Princeton. We know how much you missed seeing your students in person. Still, you are true champions for being able to adjust so quickly and without complaint to continue “Empowering each student for college, career, and life success.”
Thank you to the Food Services workers, volunteers, and community partners who have worked tirelessly, and continue to do so, to ensure that our students stay fed during this health crisis. Together, over 120,000 meals have been provided to students and families. And thank you to all of our hard-working school district employees who have kept operations going and provided the support to our schools, teachers, students, and parents throughout this challenging time.