Posted by Scott Bolthouse The Huron Hub Dec. 2, 2020
The Huron School District announced Tuesday that in-person learning for all grades will be suspended through Jan. 15.
The district was already on a two-week pause when the decision was made this week to continue the suspension of face-to-face classes.
Donovan Rowe, superintendent of Huron School District, explained the decision in a letter to parents posted Tuesday.
-Huron School District is suspending face-to-face instruction for all students (K-12) through Jan. 15, 2021.
-Students will be working remotely during this time and will be scheduled to return to in-person instruction on January 19, 2021.
-Recently, the Wayne County Health Department issued a Public Health Advisory pertaining to school districts in Wayne County. This advisory has a direct impact on schools and instructional programming.
-Advisory outlines direction from Wayne County Health Department to all Wayne County school districts to temporarily shift to a remote learning model through Jan, 15, 2021.
-Wayne County Public Health Director calls for the suspension of extra-curricular sports and related school sponsored gatherings during this time.
-During online learning, students will continue to learn remotely 5 days per week, with synchronous instruction every day.
-District Food Service will be continuing their pick-up service model; Pick-up will take place on Mondays and Thursdays.