No Student Attendance Monday, March 16, 2020 – Faculty and Staff Will Report

No Student Attendance Monday, March 16, 2020 – Faculty and Staff Will Report

As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak evolves we must be adaptable as we gain new information and recommendations from health and state officials. To that end, there will be no student attendance on Monday, March 16, 2020. This measure is being taken for the safety of our students and to provide an opportunity for staff to make final preparations for the continuity of services for our students. The executive order to close all schools through March 30, 2020 remains in place. Following is additional information and guidelines.

Offsite Learning Kit/Medication Pick-Up – Monday, March 16, 2020 – 12:00 – 6:00 P.M.

· Families and students are requested to not report to school facilities prior to 12:00 p.m. In the event of an emergency that requires you to report to campus please call ahead with reasons. Your need will be solved by telephone if at all possible. In the event that it cannot be solved, permission to come to campus will be granted.

· Offsite Learning Kits may be picked up at the following locations:

Ben-Gil Elementary School – Commons Area

Gillespie Middle School – Cafeteria

Gillespie High School – Gymnasium

· Middle and high school students will be able to access their lockers

· Ben-Gil Elementary students’ desk contents will also be available in the Commons Area

Do not report to teacher classrooms. These areas are off limits to visitors and students.

Middle and high school student medications will be available via the nurse’s office. Elementary school student medications will be available in the Commons Area. If you do not have means of transportation to come to school in order to pick up medications please contact the school nurse and a delivery service will be made available to you.

All students and visitors are to exit the campus immediately after obtaining your materials and belongings.

Thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation.

Best Regards,

Joseph Tieman