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At-Home Learning Extended Through End of School Year

This afternoon, Governor DeWine announced that K-12 schools will not be permitted to reopen and must continue distance learning. While we are glad the Governor has put the safety of our students first, just as we do, we want our students and their families to know that we are sad. We are sad that we will not be together in person anytime soon. We MISS our students, especially those in their final year with us. We will miss all the fun we normally have in April and May and all those special events we hold dear. This makes our hearts heavy but the most important thing to us is that each one of our families stays safe. 

We will release more details soon on how we will handle previously scheduled and end of year activities, how we will honor our graduating class, and how we will recognize all the important people and groups that make our school more than just a building, they make us a family. We will also share updates about at-home learning for the rest of the year. For now, we wanted all of you to know that we're thinking of you, praying for you, missing you, and hoping that each of you will stay safe. #WeAreInThisTogether

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