A Message From Superintendent Tracy Wrend
Governor Scott announced on Wednesday that schools will open for in-person instruction in the fall. We know you have many questions and concerns. As has been the case from the outset of COVID-19, we don't have all of the answers, but the good news is we do know a lot more than we did only a few months ago. Guidance, science, and data are increasingly available to help us keep our students, faculty, and staff safe and keep learning on track.
At the moment the one thing we know with certainty is that school will not look the same next year as it has in the past. But we will do everything in our power to ensure that our students and employees are safe and that our students continue to receive a high-quality education.
Next week we will begin work with our team to plan for the 2020-2021 school year. We are confident that our local planning processes will position us to adapt as circumstances change and allow for flexibility for school operations next year.
In the meantime, be assured that all of our decisions around this will be based upon science, data, and what we know to be best for our students and employees. We will continue to communicate as decisions are made and new information becomes available.