Welcome Back to School!

Welcome back Pond Cove families and a big welcome to all new families joining our community. We imagine you’re feeling anxious about what the school year 2020-2021 will bring. We are too! Together we’ll support each other, our students, and our wonderful faculty and staff. Please get in touch if there’s anything we can do to help, we’d love to hear from you.

We’ve put together this quick guide to a few things you might want to pay attention to as school gets back underway, as well as some easy ways to help the PCPA as we work to enrich the school experience and our community.

Back to School To-Dos

  • If your child will be attending school in-person, don’t forget to log into Powerschool to complete the COVID-19 contract. If you’re new to Pond Cove and don’t have your Powerschool login yet, contact the Pond Cove office.
  • School lunches are fully subsidized for all until the end of 2020. Get the Nutrislice app or visit cape.nutrislice.com to create an account and/or learn how to order.
  • Update your family’s school directory listing using this online form or by downloading this PDF. You don’t need to do this if the only thing that’s changed is your child(ren)’s grade.
  • Order your directory copy for this year using this form.
  • Get some Clynk bags to help us raise funds for outdoor programs. You can find them in the Pond Cove lobby or contact Dana Schauf.
  • If you haven’t already, sign up for PCPA email updates and subscribe to our Google Calendar.

Get involved with the PCPA

The first PCPA meeting of the 2020-21 school year is on Wednesday, September 16. Join us (via Google Hangout) and see what it’s all about. You can find the sign in information on our Google Calendar.

In the meantime you can explore volunteer opportunities (we have plenty!) and easy ways to help us fundraise right here on our website. You can help the PCPA simply by shopping at Amazon or Hannaford, or by using CLYNK to return cans and bottles.

If you’re looking for a simple but impactful way to help, consider being a room parent for your child’s classroom. Room Parents help the teacher and the PCPA communicate with other parents. We’re also looking for a volunteer to serve as Room Parent Coordinator. Contact us for more info.

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