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Message from the Superintendent- April 11
Brad Moore
Saturday, April 11, 2020

4/11/2020

Message from the Superintendent:

We have just finished the fourth week of our school being closed by order of the Governor.  We are closed for a minimum of two more weeks and are making plans in the event the school is extended to the end of the school year.  We do have hope as the Governor has extended the school closure only until April 24, 2020.  So there is the possibility of being back in school and MHSA has postponed spring sports at this time as opposed to canceling them.  If schools are back in session by May 4, there will be a modified spring sports season.  If we are still under closure, the spring sports season will officially be canceled.  We have received notice from the state level to make plans to continue our remote education model until the end of the school years and look at alternative methods for graduation ceremonies due to the possibility of school closures being extended.  We will continue to maintain hope but will begin making plans for the potential for a nontraditional graduation ceremony. 

Our first session of Drivers Education is scheduled to begin on April 30.  It seems highly unlikely that we will be able to start on that date, but we will keep it on the schedule for the time being.  If the closure is lifted we will proceed as planned, but if the closure is extended we will be looking at postponing until later in the year. 

Also we just received approval to provide free breakfast and lunch to any child 0-18 years old residing in our district.  Please contact Cindy at the high school to sign up for meals or if you have any questions about the program.  Please check our school webpage for updates as they occur.

Be safe and be well.

Sincerely,

Brad A. Moore

Superintendent