During this closure, we will continue with our educational mission by providing learning activities for your child to do at home. These activities are not in place of school learning; rather they are opportunities for your child to engage in familiar activities for continued learning. We are in the process of putting these plans in place and you can expect to be contacted by email or phone on Wednesday the 18th.
We are aware that families are dependent on the free breakfast and lunch programs. A staff person from your child’s school will be reaching out to individual families who participate in these programs. Nursing staff will coordinate with families who have medication or medical supplies at school that are needed at home during this time.
Please know that this is an unprecedented situation and I understand the hardship that this may pose for some families. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me and/or a member of our administrative team with your questions/concerns.
Superintendent of Schools
To increase social distancing and to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our community, we are requesting that you consider the following information:
Please do not travel to locations that pose an additional risk of exposure to you or your family (e.g., going on family vacation involving a hotel stay, traveling out of state, visiting malls or locations where there are large gatherings of people (over 50 people).
When arranging child care or play dates, please consider limiting the number of children that are gathered in one location.
Continue hand washing regimes, monitor your families health, and call your physician if you or family develops a fever and symptoms of a lower respiratory illness. Avoid close contact with sick people.
Additional information can be found at COVID-19: Resources for Households