Thank you for all of your efforts in providing for the education of our kids this spring. We’ve asked for your support and help in keeping your kids on track more than normal during this period of great uncertainty and stress. We recognize the challenges associated with trying to implement a new system of teaching and learning and appreciate the steps taken by students and parents in meeting these challenges.
We are nearing the end of the 2019-2020 school year and have begun to finalize plans for final course work and return of school-district property including athletic uniforms and equipment, band instruments, textbooks, computers, computer bags, computer cords, library books, etc. [Note: Students enrolling in driver’s education will be permitted to keep their school-issued computer until completion of the driver’s education virtual coursework] We will still be complying with sanitation and social distancing requirements throughout this process and ask those returning items to consider wearing a face covering.
The final day for our class of 2020 seniors will be Friday, May 8th. Congratulations to all of our graduates on their accomplishments, and we wish them all the best in their next endeavors. The return of materials for seniors will take place on Tuesday, May 12 at the GHS gym according to the following schedule:
The remainder of our students will continue to participate in flexible learning though Thursday, May 14. The return of materials will begin on Friday, May 15th and conclude on Monday, May 18th according to the following schedule:
Materials will need to be dropped off at the elementary for grades PK-5 and at the high school for grades 6-12.We will not be collecting school materials on the bus routes.
The final delivery day for the school lunch program will be Wednesday, May 20 which will include lunches through Friday, May 22 for those students participating in that program.
Thank you again for the support, patience, and determination you’ve shown throughout this final quarter of the 2019-2020 school year.
Joe Schwan Superintendent