The COVID Committee met again yesterday. The MDE released number is 48.92, which falls in the recommended hybrid elem, distance learning secondary category. The committee has decided to continue with our current plan, but will be reviewing a move next week.
under 10-in person all
11-20-in person elem, hybrid secondary-Started School Sept 8
21-30-hybrid all students
31-50 hybrid elem, distance learning secondary
51+-distance learning all students
K-4 will hybrid model (which is still all students attending each day).
Grades 5-6 will remain in person with social distancing as much as possible.
Grades 7-12 continue hybrid.
The preliminary Redwood County case rate for 10/17-10/24 is 62.94!!!!!.
School incident numbers:
Building #positive current Current in quarantine Total + for the year
PreK 0 students 0 students 0 students
R.G. 4 students 7 students 9 students
M.S. 0 students 13 students 9 students
H.S. 0 student 11 students 2 students
Staff 1 staff 7 staff 7 staff
Totals 5 people 38 people 27 people
This was through November 4, 2020
Our MDE release # 48.92
Real time number through 10/31 #62.74
We need help in our community to get this number turned around. If the current number next week does not show a decrease we will be discussing distance learning. Please do what you can to help our students stay in school.
If our number continues to increase or even stay the same as real time projection, the next move would be to go to distance learning. We know this will have impacts on education and it also means our extracurriculars will come to a stop. We want our kids to be in school and be able to participate, so we need everyone to do their part to make that happen!
Thanks for staying updated and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Becky Cselovszki, Superintendent