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COVID-19 Update                                                 April 5, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted our world in a way that I thought would never happen. The administration, teachers, and classified staff have embraced their professional commitment to educating students. We commend their efforts and dedication. The concept of home instruction has enabled us to discover and develop tools that could enhance our methods of teaching for years to come. Great things are happening in our schools.Last week Governor Herbert issued a “Stay Home Stay Safe” directive. The State  Superintendent, Sydnee Dickson announced that Utah#39;s  K-12 public schools would extend their dismissal through Friday, May 1, 2020. The South Sanpete schools will continue to deliver instruction via technology. Even though there have been amazing results so far, we encourage feedback on how we can improve this method. All of the schools will remain open to answer questions and allow students to pick up the necessary resources to complete their work. We do ask, however, that people call for an appointment. An appointment will allow us to follow the Governor #39;s directions to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Below is a full text of Governor Herbert’s “Stay Home Stay Home”  directive:
As we navigate through this crisis, we want to ensure that all children have the necessary educational tools needed to be successful. We are also concerned about the social and emotional health of our students and invite you to contact our offices for resources to assist you. The website below contains updates, information, and answers to questions concerning the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Kent R. Larsen

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