This week the Governor updated the state’s Safe Learning Plan with a goal of returning more students to Hybrid or In-person learning. Some of the larger districts in the state have been in Distance Learning since last March. I am happy to report that our plans for full in-person learning for middle and high schoolers is consistent with the state’s updated plans announced this week.
We are looking forward to returning to a traditional daily learning schedule for third trimester.
- We will keep our current start and end times at all schools
- We will keep the tiered bus system for the remainder of the school year
- Families who wish to change their learning must contact the school before Feb. 26 (look for further details from your school)
- We will adhere to the state’s updated Safe Learning Plan, including implementing a number of mitigation strategies:
- Face coverings required
- Physical distancing of six feet whenever feasible; a minimum of three feet of between students required
- Frequent handwashing
- Please stay home when you are sick
- Families are encouraged to take advantage of the state’s free COVID-19 testing every two weeks. Families can find locations for free COVID-19 testing or order at-home saliva tests via MDH’s website.
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