Slate Valley, about 24 hours ago
Reminder! Tonight (January 25, 2021)
You’re invited (virtually) to the Slate Valley Unified Union School District Board meeting at 6:30 p.m.
Participation will be VIRTUAL ONLY. Connect by going to http://meet.google.com/qag-fpgi-dtn or by calling (US) +1 617-675-4444 PIN: 658 282 596 9955#
Tonight’s Agenda: https://5il.co/osjyview image
Slate Valley, 4 days ago
Due to the temporary closure of Fair Haven Grade School and Fair Haven Union High School, meals will be available for pick up for children 18 years of age or younger at Fair Haven Grade School on Monday from 9AM to 10AM for Monday's breakfast and lunch, and on Tuesday from 7AM to 8AM for pick up of breakfast and lunch for Tuesday through Friday. The pick up location is the back of the school at the cafeteria door.
Slate Valley, 4 days ago
Dear Slate Valley Community Member,
Today, January 22, 2021 we learned about individuals at Fair Haven Grade School and Fair Haven Union High School that have Coronavirus Disease. These individuals were in attendance while contagious. Contact tracing is underway and we are in the process of notifying anyone with possible exposure and sending them home until a final determination on quarantine can be made.
Due to the number of staff and students impacted as well as the number of individuals waiting for testing results as of today, Fair Haven Grade School and Fair Haven Union High School will be fully remote the week of January 25th. In addition, beginning today all athletic practices will be canceled for Fair Haven Grade School and Fair Haven Union High School until February 1st. If conditions allow, we will return to in person learning on Monday, February 1st. All other schools will operate as normal at this time.
Meals will be available to those impacted by the school closure. Follow-up information on this will be sent from the building level.
Both cases are a result of community transmission. As always, we are working closely with the Department of Health. We continue to advise our staff and students to stay home when sick. At this time we urge you to follow the restrictions on gathering with anyone outside of your home. We recommend that you take action to help limit the spread of COVID-19, even if your child is not experiencing symptoms. This is especially important given that we know the virus is in our community.
Please read the complete letter from Superintendent Olsen-Farrell here: https://5il.co/ovqc