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Note from the Principal: January 2022

Note from the Principal: January 2022

Cedar Hollow Parents and Guardians,

It’s great to be back in session with the students!  I want to inform you about recent happenings at Cedar Hollow and insight for you regarding your child(ren)’s education.  

Report CardsYour child(ren) will be bringing home their second quarter report cards, as well as their MAP testing data, on Friday, January 14.  Please look for this and communicate with the office if you have any questions. 

Christmas Giving – Supplies and needed goods were delivered by our students and Mrs. Meyer on the last day of school before break.  The Crisis Center, Salvation Army, and our area first responders were recipients of our giving and were all appreciative.  Our middle schoolers wrote notes of encouragement to our city police and county sheriff’s personnel, and received individual and group thanks for thinking of them.  

Attendance Our individual classroom teachers do a great job of communicating with parents using Remind and other communication systems, but please don’t utilize those systems solely for communication regarding attendance.  If your child is going to be gone for part or all of a day, we ask that you still communicate with the office regarding their absence.  Thanks.

Parent Opportunity On Tuesday, January 18 the Northwest Community is invited to a Social Media Presentation,  “Predators & Prey” presented by a cyber-security expert. This will be at College Park beginning at 6:30 PM. We highly encourage parents to attend this informational presentation. It is important to note that this presentation contains mature content and is appropriate for older teens, teachers, parents, caregivers or anyone who supervises teen-age online activity.

Lost and Found –  At the Christmas break, we had accumulated MANY articles of clothing and personal belongings at our lost and found table.  After keeping them for an extended period of time, we donated those items to local charities.  Please periodically remind your child to check our table for missing clothing items.  I know our table will begin to fill up quickly and want clothing items returned to their rightful owners. 

I know everyone looks forward to having a wonderful 2022!  I know I look forward to continuing to work with each of you to make 2022 a fun and educationally-challenging year for your child!  


Scott Mazour