SCHOOL CLOSURE EXTENDED THROUGH APRIL 30

PSCD1 complies with governor's order; students, teachers now engaging in Remote Learning

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This is the order signed by Gov. Mark Gordon on April 3. It contains specific COVID-19 protocols, including the extended school closure through April 30.

(ADVISER’S NOTE: The following announcement from Superintendent Mr. Jay Curtis went out at 10:45 a.m. Monday, April 6.)

Good Morning Students, Staff, Parents and Community members:

As I am sure many of you have already heard, Gov. Mark Gordon has issued a press release late afternoon Friday, April 3, which extends among other things, the current school closure through April 30. We were expecting this extension, as the Federal Government had previously extended recommended closures to that date. Our district is prepared for this extended closure, as our Remote Learning plan was written to allow us to hold school on a virtual platform for the remainder of the school year if necessary.

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We were expecting this extension, as the Federal Government had previously extended recommended closures to that date.”

— Mr. Jay Curtis, PCSD1 Superintendent

As a reminder, PCSD1 is implementing our “Remote Learning” plan starting today (April 6). This means attendance in virtual learning, communication with teachers and schoolwork are now mandatory for all students just as if we had students in our buildings.  If your family has connectivity issues, please contact your school as soon as possible, as we do have some options, including paper/pencil options.

Please visit our website at www.pcsd1.org for several resources for students and parents as follows:

Thank you for your patience. Please stay safe and healthy.

Superintendent Jay Curtis