With Washington County’s Covid-19 map status Washington County Schools are going to back to in-person school this week.
East and West Washington Schools returned for in-person instruction this morning.
Salem Community Schools will return with full in-person instruction on Tuesday, January 5th, according to Salem Schools Superintendent Jon Acton.
Salem’s teachers and staff reported today.
Washington County’s Covid-19 map status is currently Orange after spending two weeks in the Red.
Students participating in the Online Lions program will also start on Tuesday, January 5th.
Action said the walking track will open to the public on Tuesday, January 5th as well.
Acton said Monday, January 4th would be a professional development day for teachers and administrators and NO school for Salem Students either in person or Online Lions.
“We will continue operating under the guidance of the Indiana State Health Department and the Washington County Health Department and will promptly send out notifications of any updates or changes,” said East Washington Superintendent Dennis Stockdale.
Stockdale said there were no changes for the school’s virtual students.
Salem Community Schools will use current guidance from the Washington County Health Department which allows for full in-person instruction, said Acton.
“We will follow all updated changes and guidance provided by the ISDH and the Washington County Health Department,” said Acton.