Orientation begins for new students at local middle schools
–Wednesday afternoon, Paso Robles sixth-graders made their first visit to their middle schools. So far this academic year, the students have studied online with teachers that they have never met in person. For the first time Wednesday, many of the students met their teachers face-to-face.
At Flamson Middle School, about 90 sixth-graders from “Cohort A” visited the campus between the hours of 1:30 and 3:05 p.m.. Seventh and eighth-grade leadership students greeted them by holding up signs with the names of teachers. When the bell rang, the leadership students led the students to their classroom, where they met their teachers.
Students visited each of their six classes. They watched videos outlining the COVID-19 rules on campus. They will return for classroom education on March 9, when on-campus learning begins for the 6th grade. Cohort B will get their campus tour Thursday from 1:30-3:05 at both Lewis and Flamson Middle Schools.