During this hectic, uncertain time, the teachers and staff of Poteet ISD remain busy with online learning and their feeding program.
On Tuesday, Poteet ISD provided 1,186 breakfasts and lunches to the community. They also handed out books to students to motivate them to keep reading.
Poteet ISD Sup. Charles Camarillo is proud of the staff, students and community for all their efforts in helping each other through this.
Currently, there are eight food service employees working on the feeding program. The first week of curbside service, they served 903 meals. During the second week, they served 4,476 meals. They average 1,000 children daily.
How is distance learning at Poteet ISD?
“Very well. Some students are doing everything online, while some are doing everything by hard copy. Some are doing some of each,” said Camarillo.
He is most proud of how well and how fast the faculty and staff have responded.
“They took the circumstance and ran with it without complaint or reservation. They have been very creative and very open to trying anything that will help our students.”
Camarillo, staff and administration miss the students and look forward to the day they can come back.
To the Poteet High Schoool seniors of 2020, Camarillo would like to say, “Hang in there. We do not know how long this closure will last, but we are hoping not so long that we cannot have a graduation ceremony. They have earned it and we know regardless of what happens, they are ready to make their mark on this world. Aggies Fight!”