On Friday evening, Governor Herbert announced guidelines for everyone to stay home as much as possible. While employees and schools in the district have been practicing this, there will be a few adjustments moving forward.

In response to the announcement, State Superintendent Sydnee Dickson provided the following clarifications:

“We understand that spring break and other issues are resulting in some students coming to pick up materials at school. Make sure this is done so on a limited basis using the practices outlined by Governor Herbert with distancing and proper hygiene. Any tutoring or small group work that was occurring at your school building should cease at this time and move to virtual means. We ask that you continue to limit adults in the building to essential personnel and support educators working from home. Meals can continue to be provided through your school using your current methods. These directives are in place until April 13th as outlined in the directive.”

We continually monitor the coronavirus situation and how that may affect parents, students and employees and maintain constant communication with state officials to learn what guidelines they recommend. We will continue to pass important information along to you as we receive it. Thank you for your support.

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