CURRENT NEWS AND UPDATES
November 19: With Governor Beshear’s issuance of yesterday’s Executive Order, districts statewide along with Grayson County Schools are required to remain on NTI:
- Middle and High School until at least Monday, January 4, 2021.
- Elementary schools until Monday, December 7 IF Grayson County is no longer in the Kentucky Department of Public Health (KDPH) red zone. We will continue to monitor community health conditions, with an update the week of November 30.
We all want to get our kids back in school. We all want our community to be healthy and safe. This is a special challenge with the holiday season now on us; a challenge that requires a united response. Let's come together to work toward these goals by consistently following public health guidelines: wear a mask, social distance, wash hands frequently, avoid large gatherings, monitor symptoms and seek medical attention if needed.
Let's commit to moving forward by moving together - for our community and for our kids. Now more than ever #WeAreGCconnected.
See full message from Supt. Robinson: https://bit.ly/UpdateGCS111920
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Please confirm with your school that your contact information is up to date. This is especially important this year should your child become ill at school, for contact tracing, and for notification of potential COVID exposure.
Daily Symptom Screening: If your child has a temperature of more than 100.4 and/or these symptoms, please do not send them to school.
Parent Assurance for Daily Student Health Assessment. (Link to sample form)
Requirement to Report - Parents and Schools. 902 KAR 2:220E: Per KRS 158.160, parents and guardians are required to notify a student's school of a diagnosed medical condition that may threaten the safety of the student or others in the school, within 24 hours of the diagnosis.
PREVIOUS MESSAGES, November
November 12: As our community continues to experience an upward trend in COVID-19 cases, Grayson County Schools will remain on NTI through November 24, the day before Thanksgiving Break (Nov. 25 - 27). We are hopeful that students will be able to return in person on November 30, and will continue to monitor public health conditions with an update Thanksgiving weekend.
Read Full Message from Supt. Robinson: https://bit.ly/Update111220
In the meantime, keep wearing your mask, washing your hands and social distancing. It’s a full-on community effort to reduce the spread AND help get our kids back in school face-to-face.
November 5: Our overall community health climate has changed dramatically this week, and we will transition all in-person students at all schools to NTI for the week of November 9 - 13. We will continue to monitor public health conditions and reassess this decision next Thursday.
See full details in this message from Supt. Robinson.