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April 2, 2020
Parents/Guardians and Staff,
I hope all of you
are well and continue to stay well during this unprecedented time amid the
coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
DeWine’s update this afternoon, the
governor extended the Stay At Home order through May 1,, 2020 as
a means to slow the spread and number of coronavirus cases in Ohio. According to the State coronavirus
website, “This order prohibits holding
gatherings of any size and closes all nonessential businesses. It does NOT
prohibit essential activities like going to the grocery store, receiving
medical care, or taking your pet for a walk.”
Stay At Home order reinforces Gov. DeWine’s directive on March 30th
which closes all Ohio schools, facilities and public school events through
Friday May 1, 2020. All students and teachers will continue online, remote
learning at home.
While our facilities remain closed through May 1st,
our goal remains the same – we will continue to instruct our students.
As we all know,
the decisions surrounding this pandemic can change hour by hour and day by day.
to practice the repeated health and safety recommendations – Stay home,
wash your hands and practice strict social distancing. If you are ill or are
experiencing possible symptoms, contact your health provider or call the Ohio
Department of Health COVID-19 Hotline 1-800-4-ASKODH (1-800-427-5634).
There are many
resources available online for your health, safety and mental wellness.
Mayfield Schools has a hub of resources related to the coronavirus pandemic and
information to assist families. These resources can be found on our
website Mayfield City Schools Coronavirus Information and
Keith Kelly, Superintendent
Mayfield City Schools