Superintendent gives update on plans

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The following statement was issued last week by Clayton Ridge School Superintendent Shane Wahls:

"I want to update the public regarding the re-opening of school facilities and activities. Currently, baseball and softball seasons are underway with several guidelines to offer safety for players, coaches, and fans. 

"The district is now creating a similar plan to allow the use of open-gyms and the weight room, beginning July 1. Use of the weight room and gym will occur at scheduled times under the supervision of a school employee, with ten students allowed per session. These facilities will only be open for our athletes and not for the public or former students. 

"Prom is still planned for July 10, and the administration and parents are collaborating on specific mitigation efforts. Administration will be meeting next week to further plan for commencement that is scheduled for July 26 and will communicate more information regarding the location and number of guests that graduates will be allowed to invite.

Task force

"The Iowa Department of Education is requiring districts to develop A Return to Learn Plan using three delivery models: Online Learning, Hybrid Learning (a combination of Online and On-Site), and On-Site Learning. The district created a task force consisting of faculty, community members, parents, and a representative from the Clayton County Board of Health to work on a plan to re-open school in August.  

"Our task force is working on all of these models and will share more information as they develop. Please understand that all plans are fluid and subject to change based on recommendations from state and local health officials and any proclamations from Governor Reynolds."

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