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Superintendent's Message

April 2024

Dear Moreland Community,

April is such a beautiful time of year around the Moreland School District! From the budding trees to the fragrant flowers and the bright blue sky (well…mostly!) I am so grateful for this season of renewal as we enter into the final months of the school year.

School Library Month
April is School Library Month! Please join me in recognizing our dedicated and creative Library Specialists at each school site, who bring their love of reading and literacy to Moreland students every day.

Open House Time
Open House nights begin this month and continue into next month. We invite you to come to your school’s Open House where your student’s work will be showcased. Site specific dates can be found here. We are so grateful to see Moreland families on campus and this is a wonderful way to culminate a year of learning. 
Spring Break
Moreland Schools will be closed for Spring Break next week, April 8 - 12. I encourage you to take this opportunity to recharge and rejuvenate. Whether it's spending quality time with loved ones, embarking on a new adventure, or simply enjoying moments of tranquility, I hope this break offers you the opportunity to do something that fills your bucket.

Solar Eclipse
On Monday, April 8, there will be a solar eclipse visible across many parts of the United States. While our community is not in the direct path of totality for the eclipse, we expect to experience some of its visual effects around 10:14 a.m. and lasting for roughly 3-4 minutes.

In anticipation of the eclipse, we would like to share a few important safety reminders:
  • Do not look directly at the eclipse, unless you have eclipse glasses that meet ISO 12312-2:2015 standards. Regular sunglasses are not safe to use.
  • Use proper solar filters on cameras and binoculars. Avoid the use of homemade filters or any other substitute for eclipse glasses or handheld solar viewers.
  • If you don't have eclipse glasses, consider using indirect viewing methods (such as a pinhole projector) to safely observe the eclipse.

Thank you for being part of the Moreland community and for partnering with us in your child’s education.

Warm regards,
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Dr. Clover Codd