May 4, 2021

Dear Sisters Schools Community, 

I want to start by encouraging everyone to continue to follow the physical distancing, hand washing, and mask wearing protocols that have been put in place to stop the spread of COVID-19.  With the continuing rise in case counts, it is more important than ever that we are mindful of doing what we can to stay safe.  

We have had to quarantine groups in each of our schools (about 10% of our students) and we are still able to serve the vast majority of our students with in-person instruction.  Because of our collective diligence, we are seeing little to no evidence connected to transference in our schools.

Remember, our schools are an eco-system consisting of a wide range of people from our community.  It is a time to be vigilant around COVID-19 protocol. The safety of the entire eco-system must be considered.  If your child is not feeling well, please keep them home. 

The Sisters School District is very appreciative of the strong relationship that we have with our families and the greater school community.  It is this strong relationship that helps us be successful in navigating these unprecedented times.

Again, your continued efforts around mask wearing and social distancing are making a difference.  Let’s all do our part so we can have a strong finish to the school year.

Stay Safe,

Curt Scholl
Superintendent
Sisters School District

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