April 8, 2021

Dear Sisters Schools Community, 

Here are a couple of highlights from the Sisters School Board meeting last night.  First, there is some confusion about county metric and school metric designations.  There is no real impact on the school day with the county metric moving into the high category.  If the case count moves above 200 per 100,000, then we would need to return to the 6 feet of physical distancing.

To confirm, starting April 12th , all students that have chosen the hybrid model (K-12) will attend in-person four days a week, Monday through Thursday.

Additionally, last night the Board approved the recommended five-day a week calendar for the 2021-22 school year, it will be posted on our webpage soon.  If there are COVID-19 restrictions going into next year, we will communicate them as they are released to us.  However, for now, we are excited about the potential of a “normal” school year.

Although the weather is improving and we are outside more, this is a time to remain vigilant around COVID-19 protocol. This vigilance is why we have had success in reopening our schools, to move forward with athletics and activities and now provide more in-person instruction for our students.  Please do your part to ensure that we can maintain this level of service to our students.

Stay safe,

Curt Scholl
Superintendent
Sisters School District

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