San Juan Island School District is planning on tele-schooling March 20 - April 24

The Superintendent of San Juan Island School District Kari McVeigh sent out a letter today, March 13, 2020 explaining the upcoming closure of the schools. 

Dear Parents, Families and staff, 

Though there are no cases of coronavirus on San Juan Island, as the Superintendent of San Juan Island School District, I will be closing schools effective Tuesday, March 17 - Thurs, March 19.

Remote tele-schooling will begin on Friday, March 20 through April 24.

All parent conferences next week are cancelled.

I ask that students who are not sick to attend school on Monday to prepare for the tele-schooling model.

All Staff will report to their buildings next week to prepare for the transition to the tele-schooling model.

The district is working with Rock Island Technology Solutions to provide internet access to students who currently don’t have access to the internet.

We will have a process for checking out for devices beginning Tuesday. We will share that process early next week.

More detailed information will be sent out as soon as possible. This is a fluid and complex situation and I appreciate your patience and understanding as we move through this unprecedented situation together.

Thank you for your consideration and understanding.

Be well.

Kari McVeigh

Superintendent

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