A safety message for Labor Day Weekend

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Posted On: Thursday, September 3, 2020

Group gathered for Labor Day message

This message was sent by Principal Ben McMurray and Interim Assistant Principal Darcy Browne.

Sent via OH Connections Sept. 3, 2020

Parents and students,

We applaud your efforts in ensuring the Remote Learning Plan 2.0, Fall sports programs, and your small group visits to the building were successful and have occurred without incident. We are looking forward to the students' return to the building for in-person instruction on September 8 and hope we continue this trend.

Our ability to keep school open depends on everyone effectively adhering to our COVID-19 protocols (social distancing, mask-wearing, hygiene, and cleaning). Also, it is imperative that students follow these guidelines outside of the school day.

The Toledo-Lucas County Health Department and other area medical professionals have expressed concern about the potential for the spread of the virus over Labor Day weekend if people fail to follow health guidelines. Positive cases of COVID-19 and close contact with people who test positive jeopardize our safe return. I know you are eager for a safe return to school and keeping Fall sports, clubs, and activities open.

Please stay safe and healthy over what is predicted to be a beautiful weekend.  Wear your masks. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. Do not attend large gatherings. #StayOpenOH

See you on Tuesday. Go Green Bears!





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