COVID cases have risen dramatically in Hancock County over the past few weeks. We are doing everything that we can to keep the school staffed and to keep our students safe. We are very appreciative of the support that we have received from our students and families and know that you are also doing the best that you can to be safe. If COVID cases continue their trend, it may become necessary for us to move to fully remote learning for a period of time. We will do our best to give as much notice as we can, but it may be a sudden change as the situation is fluid. Having a back-up plan, in case of any cancellation or interruption in the school day is recommended.

Nov 9, 2020