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Distance learning technology distribution and personal belonging pick up

Blaine High School parents/guardians, 

 

As our school prepares for distance learning, I’m sharing information regarding the date and time for pick up of personal belongings at school and distribution details for student Chromebooks. 

 

Chromebooks and personal items from student lockers will be distributed curbside on Thursday. All personal items that were in students’ lockers were bagged and labeled with the student’s name assigned to the locker. Any textbooks or other BHS items found in lockers have been returned to the departments. 

 

The time and date for both of these activities is Thursday, March 26, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

  • 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Student last names beginning with A-F
  • 1 - 3 p.m. Student last names beginning with G-O
  • 3 - 5 p.m. Student last names beginning with P-Z
  • 5.- 7 p.m. Open time for any that missed their time slot

 

When you arrive at BHS on Thursday, please pull up to door 2 if you need to pick up athletic items from the locker room and have the student’s first and last name ready. Pull up to door 1 to pick up personal items from the lockers. The student’s bag of belongings will be brought out to your vehicle. If you also need to pick up a Chromebook, please pull forward to the next door, door 11, and wait for the Chromebook to come out to you. Please see the map for details.

 

During pick up, our school is asking students and families to:

  • Provide a student identification number to get a Chromebook. 
  • Remain in your vehicle and wait for a staff member to come to you.
  • If you cannot come to school during these times, please contact the school at 763-506-6500.

Blaine parents/guardians who also have students at Roosevelt and Northdale middle schools, and Blaine cluster elementary schools who need a Chromebook for distance learning, will also be able to get a device at this time. 

 

Thank you for your cooperation as we prepare for distance learning in our school. 

 

Jason Paske, principal

Blaine High School