TMSA Will Provide In-Person Instruction Option

TMSA Board Decides to Provide In-Person Instruction Option for K-12
Posted on 03/24/2021
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Dear TMSA Families,

I want to provide an update after last night’s board meeting. TMSA Board of Directors has approved to provide a full-time in-person instruction option for K-12 in our schools. After a unanimous vote, the Board decided that

  • Students in grades K-5 can return to the buildings for full-time in-person instruction with minimal social distancing starting on April 6, 2021,
  • Students in grades 6-12 can return to the buildings for full-time in-person instruction with 3-feet social distancing starting on April 6, 2021.

TMSA Schools have already prepared themselves for this scenario and determined the names of the students who wanted in-person instruction with your cooperation. Please be in close communication with your school in the upcoming days if you chose in-person instruction for your children.

I want to reiterate that remote instruction will remain in place until the end of the school year for all those families who are not comfortable sending their children back to the buildings.

We are ready to welcome students back to the school buildings with all the public health protocols in place. TMSA schools have also installed “REME Halo” in-duct air purification systems that tremendously improve indoor air quality to a level comparable with surgical rooms at hospitals. It is the only laboratory-proven system to reduce SARS-CoV-2 present in the environment by 99.9%.

Our dedicated staff will help you overcome any unforeseen hurdles along the way and ensure that every child is provided with the highest quality learning experience inside and outside of school buildings.

I share my sincere appreciation to the TMSA Board members for their leadership, vision and thank you all for your continued support and confidence in us.

I hope that Spring will lift the weight of the stress that the pandemic brought to our lives for more than a year now.

Have a safe and relaxing spring break.

Ben Karaduman
Superintendent
TMSA Public Charter Schools