School Info concerning covid-19

 

Letter to Parents

School Status Update

November 19, 2020

Dear Students and Parents/Guardians:
Due to the increasing number of Covid cases in our area, most schools are moving to a
virtual-only format. South Shore will also be moving to a virtual-only format beginning Monday,
November 23, 2020 and will be projected to continue with this format until Monday, January
18, 2021.
The district will be delivering meals to students, much like last spring, using our existing
bus routes. We need you to sign your children up for this service. Due to a change in federal
requirements, a phone call is not sufficient to sign up for meals. The request must be in writing.
Emails will suffice. Email your request to: fooddrop@sshore.org List the names of children
receiving meals, grade, bus, and how many days you need food delivered each week (and
which days of the week if you request less than all days). We need this information by
Wednesday of the previous week for delivery. You may also send an email indicating that you
want food delivered for the “duration”, in which case meals will be delivered automatically each
week for your children. The food delivery will be on days school is in session, beginning on
Monday, November 30, 2020, and continuing while we are all-virtual. If you do not have an
email connection, a written note will work as well.
It is vitally important that your children actively participate in the virtual learning at South
Shore. The teachers will inform the students on how best to connect with them for learning.
Most will be utilizing Google Classroom, Classroom DoJo, Zoom, etc. Learning
activities/assignments should take the better part of each school day, and are required for
successful completion of the requirements of each class.
We thank you for your patience and understanding during this extremely difficult time in
our world.

Sincerely;

Clendon Gustafson
District Administrator

 

 

from Bayfield Health Department

If you have a COVID-19 or nursing related question, please contact one of our Public Health Nurses for a response. I am unable to provide a prompt response at this time. The following is contact information for our Public Health Lead Nurse for the COVID-19 response and Secondary Lead Nurse. Please email or call them if you have non-emergency questions. And of course, for all emergencies, please call 911. Thank you for understanding.Becki Nelles, Public Health Nurse, Ph: 715-373-3322, Email: bnelles@bayfieldcounty.orgHolly Weber, Public Health Nurse, Ph: 715-373-3323, Email: hweber@bayfieldcounty.orgfrom DPI in Wisconsin

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