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Stay In School Blueprint

Stay In School Information


 As our knowledge of the COVID-19 situation has changed it is becoming more apparent that we need to move on from our original plan that was created in late July.  When our original plan was created we certainly did not have all the answers and with all confidence I can tell you we still do not. However, we do know a lot more about how to handle the virus and how to manage situations the virus puts our school system in. 


Our updated plan has moved from how to safely open school to how do we safely keep our students and staff in school.

The list below are some points that we feel need to be clearly stated. 


        1.  We originally were considering a hybrid option. This is no longer the case. We will continue with "in person" learning             until we are either shut down, the school setting becomes unsafe or can no longer properly staff our buildings. If we             would have to shut down "in person" learning for any reason we then would go to 100% remote learning. 


        2. Students are not only affected by their own daily happenings. Parents, siblings and all other members of the             household can affect your child's ability to attend school in person.


        3. As we progress into winter activities attendance will be drastically limited. Please be understanding of the situation.  


        4. We will continue to work with and communicate with Three Rivers Health Department on a regular basis to ensure that             we are following the most recent health directives. 


        5. We need everyone's help. If we can work together and respect the directed health measures we can be successful at             keeping our students in school and competing in activities. 



Please click the link to see the Updated Stay In School Plan. 



Together we will get through this. 


Mr. Mitch Hoffer 


Yutan Public Schools

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