The 2021-2022 school year is upon us. On August 10, 2021 we will open our doors to in person learning for all of our students. This will bring new challenges as the Delta variant picks up pace across the state and country. We have posted our re-opening plan to this page. Please note that this plan may change at any time as the circumstances change with the virus.
As superintendent, it is my goal to keep the public informed as we move through this COVID-19 world with in-person classes. I will post links to all communications from the district in regards to COVID-19 on this page so you can always find the video or letter that you need.
As we go forward, there will be information and guidance that changes. That is the nature of this pandemic and we will work to change procedures as needed. If there is ever anything you need to know or would like more information about, please email any of the school principals, district administrative staff, or me and we will work to get answers for you. We also welcome suggestions on how we can improve because we know that while we have committed a lot of time to studying the guidance and developing procedures there are things we haven't thought of that could be done better. We appreciate our parents and community for helping us educate our students in an every changing educational world.
The new Lee County COVID-19 Dashboard provides data from September 6, 2021 through the current day. This data includes quarantines and positive cases that are reported to us regardless of the cause of quarantine or positive case. It DOES NOT reflect cases that were tested positive or quarantined from inside the schools alone.
Superintendent, Sarah Wasson