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April 15, 2020

Dear Pine River Families,

On Wednesday, April 22nd we will be handing out our instructional packets as part of our Continuity of Learning Plan. 

  • Pick up times for all buildings will be 9:00-11:00am and 6:00-8:00pm.  
  • Please stay in your vehicle at each location and we will bring it to you.
  • K-3 packets can be picked up at the Elementary School.
    • Pull through the drop off lane and we will bring your packet to your car.  K-3 students will also receive a bag with their belongings in it.  
  • 4-7 packets can be picked up at the Middle School.
    • Pull through the bus drop off lane on the North side and to the front of the MS main office. We will bring your materials & personal belongings to you. If you have children in 8th-11th grade, please pick-up these items FIRST to help with traffic flow.
  • 8-11 packets can be picked up in the pick-up lanes in the back of the MS/HS.
    • Pull through the back pick-up lane. We will bring your instructional materials to you.  If you have children in 4th-7th grades, please pick-up these items after the 8th-11th grade to help with traffic flow. 
    • Grades 8th-11th's personal belongings will be available for pick-up on May 11th, which will also be the second distribution of materials for these grades, which are the only grades with a second distribution.
    • Seniors and their families will continue to be contacted by the high school office.
  • Our Pine River District Stay-at-Home Learning Website will also go live on Wednesday, April 22nd.
    • This site was created to make on-line, enrichment resources condensed into one, easily accessible space for your family. We will post this link on our PR website, app, and social media.

All families are encouraged to pick-up learning materials on Wednesday, April 22nd.  However, if you are unable, we will be making other arrangements for a later date.

Thank you for your continued patience throughout this process. 

Stay Safe, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected,

Your Pine River Area Principals