Holiday Message from Dr. Hodgdon
December 23, 2020
Dear Collegiate Families--
I wanted to take a moment to wish you and your loved ones a Happy Holiday Season. On behalf of the Collegiate staff, I would like to thank you for your patience, support, and kindness over the past ten months as we have all navigated through the Covid-19 crisis.
I am constantly reminded what Covid has brought to our doorstep, but let us also take a moment to seek out the growth opportunities that this crisis has presented each of us, especially for our students, both individually and collectively. We can still stop and pause to say, "thank you" and "I see you" and to "Celebrate" what is right in the world.
I want to say "thank you" to the parents for your continued support; and "I see you" to our students who continue to amaze us with their school spirit, kindness, and grit.
As the Covid vaccines begin to roll out at the end of 2020, there is a light at the end of the tunnel. I truly believe that 2021 will be a year we look back on in our lives as a transformative one, that we can point to with pride, and unity, and personal/collective growth.
I know that I am the eternal optimist, but during this Holiday Season, please take the time to celebrate all that is good in your life and the wonderful possibilities to come.
Please note that classes will resume virtually on Monday, January 4th..
The building will be open, for you to pickup Term 2 textbooks, Monday, December 28th - Wednesday, December 30th (8AM-4PM) & Thursday, December 31st (8AM-12PM).
All of my best—