A Message from the Superintendent:
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving. Creativity and Innovation. Communication. Collaboration. Initiative and Self-Direction. Personal Responsibility. During this health emergency, the skills identified in the District’s Profile of a Graduate are essential for our learning community to model and utilize throughout the coming weeks and months as we navigate this historic pandemic.
Make no mistake: these are trying and extraordinary times for our nation, state, local community and school district. It is important for all of us to recognize the impact of the coronavirus on our students and families, as well as ourselves. As circumstances with COVID-19 continue to rapidly evolve, the District will follow the guidelines and directives provided to us by federal, state, and local agencies as well as health officials.
The District’s primary goal is to insure the health, safety and well-being of our students. During this unique global health pandemic, we also intend to provide our students with a realistic continuity of education. The links provided on this Continuity of Education Plan page, are meant to provide guidance in this endeavor. Admittedly, this guidance will not answer all the questions you may have. However, the purpose is to provide you with a framework for nontraditional instruction in truly trying times.
As a community, I ask you to continue practicing social distancing, washing your hands, and please ... stay safe! #InThisTogether
With sincere appreciation of your support and understanding,
Thomas J. Haupt
Superintendent of Schools