Good evening. I'm writing tonight for two (2) reasons.
First, we are excited to start our new school year on Monday, August 31. As a reminder, you can view the revised 2020-2021 school calendar by clicking here.
Second, an important part of our planning for the new school year has been to create back-up plans in case the situation with the pandemic changes and we are not able to have students in our buildings or we are limited in the number of students we are permitted to have in our buildings. The Wadsworth City School District 2020-2021 School Year Education Continuity Plan details our back-up plans (remote learning and hybrid model) and how we will transition into/out of them this school year, if they are needed. While there will be a brief transition period into remote learning or the hybrid model, it will be imperative that we are ready to transition at any point this school year. As a result, we encourage you to consider creating a back-up plan for child care in case we are forced at some point this school year to have to transition into remote learning or the hybrid model. Please note, students enrolled in Wadsworth Wired remain in Wadsworth Wired for the duration of their commitment period, at minimum, even if a transition to remote learning or the hybrid model occurs. I would like to thank those of you who completed our May 28 survey and those of you who were involved in our 2020-2021 School Year Advisory Committee over the summer; your feedback was instrumental in the creation of our plans.
If you have questions relating to our continuity plan or other general questions, please contact me at 330-335-1300 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your continued patience and understanding as we work to reopen our schools for our students. We appreciate your continued support of our school district.