Posted on April 2nd, 2020 in Coronavirus, Featured, News

Perry Township Schools’ classrooms will remain closed through the remainder of the 2019-20 school year, and remote learning will continue at every grade level. Governor Eric Holcomb announced the extended statewide closure during a news conference on Thursday, April 2, 2020.

It is important to note that instruction must continue for all students to earn the credits they need to graduate or advance to the next grade. Principals and teachers will keep you informed of assignments via ParentSquare.

Last week, we shared a learning calendar that illustrates the April remote learning schedule, which begins April 13. We will use a similar schedule for May, as well. The calendar is provided below. By using this format, along with the waiver days provided by Governor Holcomb, we will continue to meet the academic requirements that allow us to end the school year on May 21.

Principals and teachers are available through ParentSquare and e-mail to answer any questions. We will provide more information in the coming days on how to receive materials to continue your students’ education.

To view the news conference, click here.

Thank you for being patient and flexible as we work together to meet these unique challenges.


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