With the recent increase of COVID-19 cases in Bourbon County and a shortage of substitutes, USD 234 has decided that the students at Fort Scott High School will be in remote learning on Thursday and Friday, November 19th and 20th. USD 234 has also decided that there will be no school for all students on Monday, November 23rd and Tuesday, November 24th. These two days will be used as professional development for the USD 234 staff.
For high school students:
- Food service will still be provided on Thursday and Friday. Go to the following link to sign-up for lunches for Thursday and Friday. Families will need to come to the high school to pick up the lunches. https://forms.gle/soWWGAveLvXhfoQeA
- High school students without Internet can come to the school to receive their instruction remotely.
- High school students who need to attend on Thursday and Friday should follow entrance directions below:
- Senior and Juniors – enter thru the East entry doors
- Sophomore and Freshman – enter thru the West entry doors
As COVID-19 cases rise in our community, we have seen an increase in isolations and quarantines in the school district for our students and staff. USD 234 will continue to monitor the number of COVID-19 cases in our county as well as evaluate our Remote Learning Plan. USD 234 will release information before Thanksgiving Break about what the learning plan for the district after Thanksgiving Break will be. To continue the opportunity for students to learn in person, USD 234 will need to see a decrease in COVID-19 cases in our communities, which will cause a decrease in our schools.
Wear a mask. Wash your hands frequently. Stay socially distant from each other. We need everyone to do their part to keep our school doors open.