Posted on November 13th, 2020 in Coronavirus, Featured, News

As we announced yesterday, Perry Township Schools is moving to remote learning. The Marion County Public Health Department has directed us to transition students to virtual learning to help slow the spread of COVID-19. We have decided on an earlier transition to online learning for our secondary students.

Grades 9-12

Our high schools, will move students to remote learning starting THIS Wednesday, November 18.

That means on Monday, November 16, students whose lasts names begin with A-L will still attend in-person classes. On Tuesday, November 17, students whose lasts names begin with M-Z will still attend in-person classes. Beginning Wednesday, November 18, all high school students will receive online instruction.

Grades 6-8

Our sixth grade academies and middle schools, will move to remote learning starting Monday, November 23.

There will be no changes to the schedule for the week of November 16-20. Students will report to school on their regularly assigned days.

Health officials predict we may return to in-person classes on Tuesday, January 19, if COVID-19 rates improve.

Your students teachers will provide additional information in the coming days.

Please continue to wash your hands, mask up, social distance to protect our community.

Thank you for your patience and flexibility, as this situation continues to evolve.

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