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FAQ and FaceBook live event on “D6 Connected” postponed due to Oregon Department of Education delay

Saturday, March 28th, 2020

March 28th, 2020 – 6pm

Dear D6 Families,

Today, the Oregon Department of Education announced it will delay the release of rules to school districts for remote and distance learning during the COVID-19 closure, until Monday, March 30.  Previously we were told these rules would be released this past Friday.

The Central Point School District has developed and is ready to launch a comprehensive remote learning program called D6 Connected.  Unfortunately, the delay in ODE providing the rules and specific details we need, means we must push back our release of the program specifics and Facebook live event Q & A . As soon as ODE releases their rules, we will be able to release the FAQ for D6 Connected that will include specifics in some important areas, including information for graduating seniors.

D6 staff has worked hard to develop a comprehensive plan that allows for every student to continue their academic progress, receive support services like advising and counseling and have a rich, engaging, challenging and supported remote school experience—delivered by their own teachers and support staff.

  • We have a plan to provide the highest level of services possible via remote learning for Special Education students, English Language Learners and students who may be at risk.
  • We have a plan to provide technology for the families who need it, to assure this content accessible.
  • We have a plan to provide more than digital content—we want to be sure that students have some learning experiences that don’t involve the computer and challenge students to be active, problem solve and create.
  • We have a plan to assure that the supplies and materials your child needs are available.

Your child’s teachers have worked hard to learn new platforms and creatively find a way to deliver content, provide activities and stay connected. D6 remains committed to realizing the full potential of every student and D6 Connected will be ready to roll out on April 1st.

Some important details of D6 Connected still require approval from ODE and approval is important in order for our programs to remain in compliance so that high school students receive credits and all students progress academically with the supports they need to be successful.

A note to Seniors: I want to assure our graduating seniors that each of you will be able to talk with an advisor, principal or teacher from your school next week to plan your path to a diploma.  If you were “on track” to graduate prior to the COVID-19 closure, you are “on-track” now. If you were behind in credits, we will work with you to assure that you can earn those credits and meet the graduation timeline you established before the closure.  Graduating seniors who plan to transition to colleges and universities can be assured that we will work with you to be sure the closure will not impact your admission to higher education or your preparedness for college level coursework.

Finally, as we wait for more information to be released, please know that you can contact me at any time with questions or concerns about D6 Connected remote learning or the impact of the closure on your child and family.  Please contact me at samantha.steele@district6.org or 541-494-6201 (office) or 541-840-5644.

Update: D6 Connected Express begins Monday, March 30, 2020

Thursday, March 26th, 2020

March 27th, 2020 – 6am

District 6, along with all other school districts in Oregon, is still waiting for specific guidance from the Oregon Department of Education regarding the remote learning program that can be offered to our students.  That guidance, which also includes specifics for graduating seniors, is now expected to be available to school districts on Friday, March 27th.  While I know it’s frustrating to wait for answers, I also understand that much of this is complex and the timeline has been short.  Once the guidance is released on Friday, we will be able to post our D6 Connected FAQ, including information for graduating seniors, and schedule a FaceBook Live Q and A for Saturday, March 28, 2020.

In today’s news that can be released, our D6 Connected EXPRESS routes are official.  Beginning Monday, March 30th, our busses will begin delivering meals and other items to students via the D6 Connected ExpressWhile the Express does not go door to door, you’ll find over 60 stops throughout the district and there is likely one near you.   As the D6 Connected remote learning is rolled out next week, your student will be able to have items like library books or supplies and materials delivered to the bus stops.  Please note that social distancing mandates will be in place at all stops—students and parents will be asked to maintain at least 6 feet from one another and D6 staff during the distribution of meals and other items.   D6 Connected Express stops can be found here (in English) and here (in Spanish).  We appreciate your patience as we finalize our plans and we are very much looking forward to connecting with our students and families next week!  Should you have any questions or concerns, you are always welcome to contact me at samantha.steele@district6.org or 541-494-6201 (office) or 541-840-5644.

D6 Express Bus Stops – English

D6 Express Bus Stops – español

Preview of D6 Connected

Wednesday, March 25th, 2020

March 25th, 2020 -5:30pm

Since the state mandated closure of all Oregon schools, the Central Point School District has been working to develop a robust, engaging and challenging distance learning program which we will launch on April1, 2020.

We have been in close contact with the Oregon Department of Education throughout as they develop guidelines and standards for remote learning in order to ensure these programs are in compliance with state and federal rules so that we can offer more than supplemental learning.

We are still awaiting some final guidance from the Oregon Department of Education before we launch our distance learning program, but we want to give you a preview of the main components of the program we are calling D6 Connected.

D6 Connected:

D6 connected is the District 6 plan to continue educating our students, serving our community and connecting our schools during this unprecedented shut down due to the novel Covid-19 virus.    The heart of D6 Connected is to give every D6 student access to meaningful and engaging remote learning.

Think of D6 Connected as a wheel with the comprehensive distance learning program in the middle and 6 spokes supporting it.  

There 6 major components or “spokes” to support this distance learning program:

  1. Single point of contact for EVERY student
  2. Tech support for students, staff and parents
  3. Academic support for students with special needs, including English Language Learners and Special Education
  4. Counseling, advising, mentorship and social emotional learning supports for elementary and secondary levels
  5. D6 Connected Express  – Using our idled buses to bring education and meals to the students.  60 daily stops! 
  6. Curriculum development and instruction by D6 teachers—our students will continue the school year with their current teachers, support staff and peers.

Once we have final approval from the Oregon Department of Education, we will officially launch D6 Connected with a special site on our web page with all of the details.  We will also host a Facebook live event in the coming days to answer any questions you may have.

As always, do not hesitate to reach out to me directly at samantha.steele@district6.org or 541-494-6201 (office) or 541-840-5644 (cell).


Update for D6 families

Friday, March 20th, 2020

March 20th, 2020 – 6pm

This has been a challenging week for all of us and there will likely be many more challenging weeks in the wake of COVID-19.    The health and safety of families is the priority during this time, but school closures have also contributed to the uncertainty and in many cases, created hardships for families around childcare and meals.   Students miss their teachers and their friends; parents are concerned about their kids losing important education opportunities and our graduating seniors are worried about what school closure means for them.

D6 Connected, remote learning plan launches April 1

The D6 staff is finalizing an action plan that will allow every D6 student access to meaningful and engaging remote learning that keeps them connected to their teachers, their school and their peers.   School meals, including breakfast and lunch will continue to be available through the closure, with additional ways for you to access those meals.  We also have plans to provide our students access to technology, library books, counseling and advising services, along with a few opportunities for fun.   You’ve likely already heard from your child’s school or teacher as they survey families to learn more about your needs for remote school services.   If you haven’t answered a survey or talked with someone at your child’s school, this is the link to the survey D6 Connected Survey.  You can also contact me directly, anytime at samantha.steele@district6.org or 541-494-6201 (office) or 541-840-5644 (cell).   We’ll post more information and details about D6 Connected, our remote learning plan, on this site next week.


Information for graduating seniors

We are also concerned about the impact on our graduating seniors and recognize the incredibly short timeline for decisions.  The Oregon Department of Education has prioritized development of rules and guidance for graduating seniors and expects to have a plan to districts by early next week.   Superintendents were in a statewide meeting with ODE this afternoon (3/20/20) to review possible options for seniors as ODE develops guidance.  I want to assure graduating seniors and their families that District 6 is dedicated to taking every action necessary to assist seniors in graduating and in being as prepared as possible for their next steps.  As soon as ODE releases a plan for graduating seniors, it will be posted here.  Every senior in District 6 will have personalized support and communication from a staff member at their school to assist in meeting the requirements set forth by ODE.  Finally, in an effort to slow the rumor mill, none of the proposals superintendents reviewed today require seniors who are currently on track to graduate, to attend school this summer.   Again, please contact me if you have questions or concerns—samantha.steele@district6.org  or 541-494-6201 (office) or 541-840-5644.




Update: Emergency Childcare Plan / Actualización: plan de cuidado infantil de emergencia

Wednesday, March 18th, 2020

Emergency Childcare Plan Info Sheet

Hoja de información del plan de cuidado infantil de emergencia – español

March 18, 2020

Please note the updated sites for emergency childcare which will now be offered at Central Point Elementary and Jewett Elementary. Families in the Patrick Elementary attendance area may use the CPE or JES site for emergency childcare. If the need for emergency childcare increases, we will add additional sites.

18 de marzo de 2020

Tenga en cuenta los sitios actualizados para el cuidado de niños de emergencia que ahora se ofrecerán en la escuela primaria de Central Point  y en la escuela primaria de Jewett. Las familias en el área de asistencia de la escuela primaria de  Patrick pueden usar el sitio de CPE o JES para el cuidado de niños de emergencia. Si aumenta la necesidad de cuidado infantil de emergencia, agregaremos sitios adicionales.

COVID-19 Update:  School campuses closed to students through April 28; District staff focused on providing remote instruction to all students until schools reopen / Actualización de COVID-19: los campus escolares están cerrados para estudiantes hasta el 28 de abril; El personal del distrito se centró en proporcionar instrucción remota a todos los estudiantes hasta que las escuelas vuelvan a abrir

Tuesday, March 17th, 2020

March 17th, 2020 8:00pm

District 6 schools will be closed to “in person” instruction, per executive order by Governor Kate Brown, through April 28th.    Despite the closure, the uncertainty we’re all feeling and the challenges closure presents, we remain committed to providing the best possible education experience for D6 kids, even while your students are not physically in our schools.   

Because emergency childcare and nutrition services are in place, we’ve been able to turn 100% of our attention to developing remote instruction that assures our kids are engaged, challenged and supported—and most important, that instruction will be developed and led by our teachers.  We’ve never been a “one size fits all” district and our approach to remote learning will not be “one size fits all.”   We’re committed to providing access to remote learning that will allow all district students to thrive and continue their academic progression.  Seniors will have the support and instruction they need to graduate, and every other student will have the support and instruction they need to progress.

We’ll update parents soon with detailed information about the remote instruction for your child.

17 de marzo de 2020 8:00 pm

Las escuelas del Distrito 6 estarán cerradas a la instrucción “en persona”, por orden ejecutiva de la Gobernadora Kate Brown, hasta el 28 de abril. A pesar del cierre, la incertidumbre que todos sentimos y los desafíos que presenta el cierre, seguimos comprometidos a proporcionar la mejor experiencia educativa posible para los niños D6, incluso mientras sus estudiantes no estén físicamente en nuestras escuelas.

Debido a que los servicios de atención infantil y nutrición de emergencia están en su lugar, hemos podido centrar el 100% de nuestra atención en el desarrollo instrucción remota que asegura que nuestros hijos estén comprometidos, desafiados y apoyados, y lo más importante, esa instrucción será desarrollada y dirigida por nuestros maestros.

Nunca hemos sido un distrito de “talla única” y nuestro enfoque del aprendizaje remoto no será “talla única para todos”. Estamos comprometidos a proporcionar acceso al aprendizaje remoto que permitirá a todos los estudiantes del distrito prosperar y continuar su progreso académico. Las personas  de preparatoria tendrán el apoyo y la instrucción que necesitan para graduarse, y todos los demás estudiantes tendrán el apoyo y la instrucción que necesitan para progresar.

Pronto actualizaremos a los padres con información detallada sobre la instrucción remota para sus hijos.

Emergency Childcare offered at Patrick Elementary, Jewett Elementary and Central Point Elementary / Se ofrece cuidado de niños de emergencia en la escuela primaria de Patrick, Escuela primaria de Jewett y Escuela primaria de Central Point

Monday, March 16th, 2020

March 16th, 2020 2:30pm

D6 families,

The school closure has resulted in hardships for some our families. We understand that there are families that cannot afford to miss work and finding and affording child care at this time may be difficult.

The District has partnered with the YMCA in order to provide an Emergency Childcare Plan for healthcare workers, first responders and vulnerable families (these are families that are greatly affected as a result of missing work, i.e. single income families).  If you need childcare and are unable to find an option or cannot afford childcare during this time, please go to either Patrick Elementary, Central Point Elementary or Jewett Elementary between the hours of 7:30 am and 6:00 pm, Monday through Friday. The YMCA, the District and other non-profit organizations are working together to find funding for this plan. Families will be asked to help contribute towards the cost and it will be based on your ability to pay.

 Please contact the YMCA child care office (541-772-6295) if you have further questions, or stop by one of our three school sites.

16 de marzo, 2020 2:30pm

Familias de D6,

El cierre de la escuela ha resultado en dificultades para algunas de nuestras familias. Entendemos que hay familias que no pueden permitirse perder el trabajo y encontrar y pagar cuidado de niños en este momento puede ser difícil. El Distrito se ha asociado con la YMCA para proporcionar un Plan de Cuidado Infantil de Emergencia para trabajadores de salud, socorristas y familias vulnerables (estas son familias que se ven muy afectadas como resultado de la falta de trabajo, es decir, familias de un solo ingreso).Si necesita cuidado de niños y no puede encontrar una opción o no puede pagar el cuidado de niños durante este tiempo, vaya a las escuelas primarias Patrick, Central Point o Jewett entre las 7:30 a.m. y las 6:00 p.m., de lunes a viernes. La YMCA, el Distrito y otras organizaciones sin fines de lucro están trabajando juntas para encontrar fondos para este plan. Se pedirá a las familias que ayuden a contribuir con el costo y se basará en su capacidad de pago.

Comuníquese con la oficina de cuidado infantil de YMCA (541-772-6295) si tiene más preguntas, o pase por uno de nuestros tres sitios escolares.


Update: Meals, Health Clinic Services and Emergency Child Care for D6 families during school closure / Actualización: comidas, servicios de clínicas de salud y cuidado infantil de emergencia para familias D6 durante el cierre de la escuela

Sunday, March 15th, 2020

March 15th, 2020 6:00pm

District 6 supports for families include meals for kids 18 and under (both breakfast and lunch); Emergency childcare through the YMCA and health center services through La Clinica at both in town and out of town locations.  Please use the following links for detailed and updated information:

Click here for MealsBoth breakfast and lunches will be available at Central Point Elementary, Jewett Elementary and Patrick Elementary.  Breakfast is from 7:30 am to 9:00 am and lunch is served from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm at all three locations.  Both cafeteria meals (with social distancing measures in place) and a “grab and go” drive through are available at all three school sites.  “Grab and Go” meals will also be distributed at the following locations and times beginning Tuesday, March 17.

  • Rainey’s Market 12:30 pm
  • Don Jones Park 11:40 am
  • Taco Delight on Table Rock Road 12:00 pm
  • Glen Echo 12:05 pm
  • Twin Creeks Park 11:40 am

Please note that meal distribution sites will be served by FirstStudent busses and busses will serve for approximately 10 minutes at each site.

 If you cannot access meals for your children at any of these school sites or “grab and go” sites, please contact Samantha Steele at samantha.steele@district6.org and we will make every effort to make meals available to your children.

Click here for Emergency Child CareEmergency Child Care through the Rogue Valley YMCA will be available at Patrick Elementary School, Central Point Elementary School and Jewett Elementary School from 7:00 am until 6:00 pm daily.  Emergency Child Care is for healthcare workers, first responders and vulnerable families who would not otherwise have child care in order to work.  Please use the link for specific information about this program and contact the YMCA for eligibility.           

Click here for La Clinica Health CentersBoth the Hanby Middle School clinic and the Jewett Elementary School Clinic will be open Monday through Friday from 7:30 am until 3:30 pm.  This service assures that the children and families of District 6 have access to health care at locations within the district.  We encourage you to utilize the Hanby Clinic and Jewett Clinic for health care needs during school closure.

Los apoyos del distrito 6 para familias incluyen  comidas para niños menores de 18 años (tanto desayuno como almuerzo); Cuidado de niños de emergencia a través de la YMCA y servicios de centros de salud a través de La Clínica tanto en la ciudad como fuera de ella Utilice los siguientes enlaces para obtener información detallada y actualizada:

Haga clic en las palabras azules para comida  Tanto el desayuno como los almuerzos estarán disponibles en la primaria de Central Point, en la primaria de  Jewett  y en la escuela primaria de Patrick. El desayuno es de 7:30 a.m. a 9:00 a.m. y el almuerzo se sirve de 11:30 a.m. a 12:30 p.m. en los tres lugares. Ambas comidas en la cafetería (con medidas de distanciamiento social implementadas) y un recorrido de “agarrar y llevar” están disponibles en los tres sitios escolares. Las comidas “Grab and Go” también se distribuirán en los siguientes lugares y veces comenzando martes 17 de marzo.

  • Rainey’s Market 12:30 pm
  • Parque Don Jones 11:40 am
  • Taco Delight en Table Rock Road 12:00 pm
  • Glen Echo 12:05 pm
  • Parque Twin Creeks 11:40 am

Tenga en cuenta que los sitios de distribución de comidas serán atendidos por los autobuses de Primer estudiante y los autobuses servirán durante aproximadamente 10 minutos en cada sitio

Si no puede acceder a las comidas para sus hijos en cualquiera de estos sitios escolares o sitios de “comida para llevar”, comuníquese con Samantha Steele a samantha.steele@district6.org y haremos todo lo posible para que las comidas estén disponibles para sus hijos.

Haga clic aquí El cuidado infantil de emergencia a través del Rogue Valley YMCA estará disponible en la escuela primaria Patrick, la escuela primaria Central Point y la escuela primaria Jewett de 7:00 a.m. a 6:00 p.m. todos los días. El Cuidado Infantil de Emergencia es para trabajadores de salud, personal de primeros auxilios y familias vulnerables que de otro modo no tendrían cuidado infantil para trabajar. Utilice el enlace para obtener información específica sobre este programa y comuníquese con la YMCA para su elegibilidad.

Haga clic aquí Tanto la clínica de la escuela secundaria Hanby como la clínica de la escuela primaria Jewett estarán abiertas de lunes a viernes de 7:30 a.m. a 3:30 p.m. Este servicio asegura que los niños y las familias del Distrito 6 tengan acceso a la atención médica en ubicaciones dentro del distrito. Le recomendamos que utilice la Clínica Hanby y la Clínica Jewett para las necesidades de atención médica durante el cierre de la escuela.

D6 supports for families during school closure / D6 apoya a familias durante el cierre de la escuela

Saturday, March 14th, 2020

March 14th, 2020 – 2:40pm

District 6 has worked closely with community partners the YMCA and La Clinica to provide supports for families in navigating the challenges resulting from school closure.

These are the services planned to begin next week:

  • Kids age 1 through 18 can access breakfast and lunch at three D6 sites:  Jewett Elementary, Central Point Elementary and Patrick Elementary.  All three sites will have a “sit down” options (where “social distancing” measures will be in place) or a “grab and go” option that will look a little like a drive through.  Families will also have the option to pick up two meals during one stop.
  • The YMCA will offer Emergency Care at Jewett Elementary, Central Point Elementary and Patrick Elementary.  This service is intended for health care workers, first responders and vulnerable families who need emergency childcare in order to work.
  • La Clinica will tentatively have providers at both the Jewett Elementary site (tentative) and at Hanby Middle School (confirmed).  These school-based clinics are a great way for D6 kids, families and community members to access health care in their communities during a time when it may be difficult to get into regular providers.  Please let friends, neighbors and families know about this option for healthcare.  Specific schedules for both clinics are coming soon.
  • Patrick Elementary principal, Christine Beck is organizing a team of volunteers (D6 staff and students) to provide some additional services for families and community members in need.If you are interested in volunteering or can donate, please contact tchristine.beck@district6.org.
  • Later this weekend, we’ll also post a list of free education supports that parents and students can access.

Please note that essential D6 functions (payroll, A/P, budget development, HR, bond work, communications, technology, etc.) will continue throughout the closure, but most employees will be working remotely (mostly) and meeting digitally in order to reduce the number of employees on site and focus the district resources for cleaning and sanitizing on the school sites used for programs during closure.  If you need to communicate with District Office for any reason, you can reach employees via email (voicemail messages will also go through to employees).

District 6 has never been a “one size fits all” district and you can expect that our plans to address further impact of COVID-19 on school operations will include a wide range of options including options for students who return to school, students who require remote instruction and students who can’t return to school, but don’t have access to internet or devices to access remote instruction.  Our school sites began developing plans and materials for remote learning last week and that work is expected to continue on March 30 and 31.

More information will follow throughout the next two weeks, but if you have questions or concerns before then, please don’t hesitate to contact me at samantha.steele@district6.org or 541-494-6201 (office) 541-840-5644 (cell)

Please remember to take care of yourselves and your families.

14 de Marzo, 2020 – 2:40pm

El Distrito 6 ha trabajado en estrecha colaboración con los socios de la comunidad, la YMCA y La Clínica, para brindar apoyo a las familias para superar los desafíos que resultan del cierre de la escuela. Estos son los servicios planeados para comenzar la próxima semana:

Los niños de 1 a 18 años pueden acceder Desayuno y almuerzo en tres sitios D6: Escuela primaria de Jewett, escuela primaria de Central Point  y escuela  primaria de Patrick. Los tres sitios tendrán opciones de “sentarse” (donde se implementarán medidas de “distanciamiento social”) o una opción de “agarrar y llevar” que se verá un poco como un paseo en automóvil. Las familias también tendrán la opción de recoger dos comidas durante una parada.

  • El YMCA ofrecerá cuidado de emergencia en las escuelas primarias Jewett, Central Point y Patrick. Este servicio está destinado a trabajadores de la salud, personal de primeros auxilios y familias vulnerables que necesitan cuidado infantil de emergencia para poder trabajar.
  • La Clínica tendrá tentativamente proveedores en el sitio de la Primaria Jewett (provisional) y en la Escuela Intermedia Hanby (confirmada). Estas clínicas escolares son una excelente manera para que los niños, las familias y los miembros de la comunidad del D6 tengan acceso a la atención médica en sus comunidades durante un momento en que puede ser difícil ingresar a proveedores regulares. Informe a sus amigos, vecinos y familiares sobre esta opción de atención médica. Los horarios específicos para ambas clínicas llegarán pronto.
  • La directora de la Primaria Patrick, Christine Beck está organizando Un equipo de voluntarios (personal de D6 y estudiantes) para proporcionar algunos servicios adicionales para familias y miembros de la comunidad que lo necesiten. Si está interesado en ser voluntario o puede donar, comuníquese con beck@district6.org.
  • Más adelante este fin de semana, también publicaremos una lista de apoyos educativos gratuitos a los que pueden acceder padres y estudiantes.

Tenga en cuenta que las funciones D6 esenciales (nómina, A / P, desarrollo del presupuesto, RRHH, trabajo de bonos, comunicaciones, tecnología, etc.) continuarán durante todo el cierre, pero la mayoría de los empleados trabajarán de forma remota (principalmente) y se reunirán digitalmente para reducir la cantidad de empleados en el sitio y enfocar los recursos del distrito para la limpieza y desinfección en los sitios escolares utilizados para los programas durante el cierre. Si necesita comunicarse con la Oficina del Distrito por cualquier motivo, puede comunicarse con los empleados por correo electrónico (los mensajes de correo de voz también se enviarán a los empleados).

El Distrito 6 nunca ha sido un distrito de “talla única” y puede esperar que nuestros planes para abordar el impacto adicional de COVID-19 en las operaciones escolares incluyan una amplia gama de opciones, incluidas las opciones para los estudiantes que regresen a la escuela, los estudiantes que requieren instrucción remota y estudiantes que no pueden regresar a la escuela, pero que no tienen acceso a internet o dispositivos para acceder a la instrucción remota. Nuestras escuelas comenzaron a desarrollar planes y materiales para el aprendizaje remoto la semana pasada y se espera que ese trabajo continúe el 30 y 31 de marzo.

Tendremos más información durante las próximas dos semanas, pero si tiene alguna pregunta o inquietud antes de eso, no dude en ponerse en contacto conmigo en samantha.steele@district6.org o 541-494-6201 (oficina) 541-840-5644 (celular)

Por favor recuerden cuidarse a sí mismos y a sus familias.

All District 6 schools will close March 16th through March 31, 2020 / Todas las escuelas del Distrito 6 cerrarán del 16 de marzo al 31 de marzo de 2020

Thursday, March 12th, 2020

Governor Kate Brown announced a statewide school closure for students in Oregon from Monday, March 16 through Tuesday, March 31.

In an effort to prepare for the closure, District 6 schools will be open on Friday, March 13 and operating on regular schedules.  Students will be allowed to pick up belongings, books and supplies and then return home, or students may stay in school and classes through regular dismissal.   Busses and food service will operate on regular schedules on Friday, March 13.

All previously scheduled District 6 and school events, meetings and activities, including OSAA athletic and activity practices and competitions are canceled.

Debido a la pandemia de COVID-19, la gobernadora Kate Brown anunció el cierre de escuelas estatal para estudiantes en Oregon del lunes 16 de marzo al martes 31 de marzo.

En un esfuerzo para prepararse para el cierre, las escuelas del Distrito 6 estarán abiertas el viernes 13 de marzo y operarán en horarios regulares. A los estudiantes se les permitirá recoger pertenencias, libros y suministros y luego regresar a casa, o los estudiantes pueden permanecer en la escuela y las clases hasta el despido regular. Los autobuses y el servicio de comida operarán en horarios regulares el viernes 13 de marzo.

Todos los eventos, reuniones y actividades del Distrito 6 y escolares previamente programados, incluidas las prácticas y competencias deportivas y  actividades de OSAA, se cancelan hasta nuevo aviso.

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