A Thanksgiving Message from Dr. Sutton
Hello Chester County School District Families & Staff Members!
As we head into this Thanksgiving season, I am grateful for our students, employees, families and community. This has been the most difficult year for our society. Families, communities, and our nation have lost so much. Yet, despite this adversity, our Chester County learning community has not just survived, it has persevered with strength and boldness. We would like to thank our students for staying strong and dedicated to learning despite our distance and lack of face-to-face connection with teachers and friends.
Next, we are so grateful to our faculty and staff members throughout the district. Each of you show up daily, work through challenges and yet, still deliver high quality virtual or hybrid learning. You find creative and engaging ways to cultivate our students' love for learning and keep them connected, despite the distance. Our support staff, our backbone, thank you for coming together to support our teachers and students. You help to keep our students fed, our campuses safe and healthy for our staff and students.
The leadership of our school and district leaders is noticeable, and we are grateful for everything that you do to keep our schools operating smoothly and to continue to support each of our schools' sense of community.
To our parents and community: we cannot do this without your support, and we are fortunate to have you as our partner in serving our students. Thank you for having faith in the Chester County School District and for trusting us with the education of your children.
Please continue to persist and do your part this holiday week by adhering to all local and state guidelines regarding travel, social gatherings, social distancing, face masks, quarantining etc. Together, we are a stronger Chester County, and on behalf of the Chester County School District Board of Trustees, I wish you all a safe and healthy Thanksgiving week with your loved ones!
Dr. Antwon M. Sutton