School districts were challenged with the task of safely re-opening due to the Covid-19 pandemic, while continuing to offer a valuable education for all students. Middle/high school students are currently being taught via a hybrid learning plan consisting of remote and in-person learning days. To support our student's education, the district was able to provide Verizon or AT&T mifis to families who did not have access to a reliable internet connection. Additionally, each student was assigned a personal Chromebook that they could utilize both at home and in school.
In support of our graduating class of 2020, the community banded together and organized a socially distanced parade for the seniors who were unable to have a normal senior year. Additionally, faculty members and administrators took time to personally deliver signs of support to each senior’s home. The seniors also received a basket of goodies donated by parents, faculty, staff, and community members. These baskets contained useful, humorous, and encouraging items, along with gift cards to local establishments. In June 2020, the graduates were able to have a socially distanced outdoor ceremony that was very well received.