July 15, 2020
The Governor stated earlier today that she will be issuing an executive order that delays the start of K-12 schools until after Labor Day.
Once we have additional information on the specifics of that order, we will let you know.
Enrollment will continue in buildings as follows: August 6 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
USD 235 plans to encourage face-to-face instruction for the 2020-2021 school year, however we will also offer a “Remote Learning” option for parents who do not feel safe sending students to school during the pandemic. Your child(ren) will still need to be enrolled in USD 235 and more accountability will be required by KSDE than last spring. As we know more information on this option it will also be released.
The Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) believes participation in school and school activities is critical for the students of Kansas, and USD 235 will strive to provide these opportunities for students this fall if at all possible.
On Friday, July 17, KSHSAA had planned to distribute considerations and guidance for all fall activities scheduled to take place starting August 17. With the announcement from Governor Kelly earlier today, KSHSAA will not release any information this Friday. KSHSAA plans to go back and look at models and plans that are in place with a delayed start and release information when appropriate.
I ask for you to please be patient as we navigate through this process. As we have more information we will update our District and school Facebook pages, Twitter, and our Uniontown USD 235 School App.
Thank you for your continued support of Uniontown USD 235.
Bret Howard, Superintendent Uniontown USD 235