Remote Learning Update

*Updated 2/26

We are very thankful that our quarantine numbers have reduced substantially over the past week. Thank you for your support and cooperation in following our screening checklist and keeping your children home when they have symptoms. We are very proud that we have been able to be in-person for learning as much as we have been able to do so since the beginning of the school year. Although we have been permitted to begin our winter sports season, all the protocols that we have in place during the school day are remaining in place. None of the cleaning procedures or safety protocols that we have in place have been changed.

Please remember that we have a ½ day scheduled for this Friday, March 5th for Teacher Professional Development. Parent/Teacher conferences are scheduled for March 18th and 19th. More information will be coming out regarding conferences.

Below is our COVID data for today, February 26, 2021:

Positive Cases

0 - Elementary Teachers

0 - Elementary Support Staff

0 - Elementary Students

0 - MS/JR SR High School Teacher

0 - MS/JR SR High Support Staff

0 - MS/JR SR High Students

0 - Other Support Staff

Quarantine

0 - Elementary Teachers

0 - Elementary Support Staff

0 - Elementary Classrooms

2 - Elementary Students

1 - MS/JR SR High School Teacher

0 - MS/JR SR High Support Staff

4 - MS/JR SR High Students

0 - MS/JR SR High Classrooms

2 - Other Support Staff

Updated coronavirus numbers for the district are updated daily and can be seen at our district web site ( https://www.hudson.k12.mi.us/component/content/article/8-news/25-remote-learning-update-11-17?Itemid=103 )

As you may know, the vaccination for Coronavirus is now available. Counties have priority lists that they are using to determine who receives the limited vaccinations they receive each week. At this time, the health department is providing vaccinations for those 65 and older, healthcare workers, EMS, educators, childcare providers, first responders, correction workers homeless shelter workers, and protective service workers. Individuals can complete a vaccination interest form at the Lenawee Health Department ( https://form.jotform.com/210055360344141 ). When the vaccination is available for your priority group, you will be notified, and you will be able to schedule a vaccination.

Each Friday we are sending out a Coronavirus update by email to all school families that have an updated email listed with the district. You will receive an immediate message from the district if we are moving to or returning from remote learning or if there is some other important issue related to Coronavirus. If a student needs to be quarantined, you will receive a message from your students building.

Thank you for continuing to use our student health screening checklist (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pBZWBmkIQpaCIQFS_eOCPE93gOrAvQgSmIq69Io48GQ/edit ) and for not sending students to school when they are experiencing Coronavirus symptoms. Our goal is to have in-person school as often as we are able to do so. We are pleased that our number of quarantines and those testing negative are improving. We hope to do everything possible to continue this trend. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any of your questions. 

Thank you, 

Dr. Michael J. Osborne, Superintendent

Hudson Area Schools

517-448-8912 (Office)

517-673-4519 (Mobile)

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