“We are recommending the students go to school five days a week,” said Hardy County Schools Superintendent Sheena VanMeter. “Perhaps we will dismiss a little early so the custodial staff has time to clean.”
VanMeter presented information to the Hardy County Board of Education regarding the start of the 2020-21 school year at their meeting held Monday, June 15.
VanMeter also circulated copies of the West Virginia Department of Education’s “Re-entry to Recovery Guidance, which presented three options for the start of the new school year.
Those options include:
•Students will attend school a minimum of four days with one day of remote learning.
•Students will attend school a limited number of days with class size limited.
•In case of a stay-at-home order issued by the Governor, students will complete all assignments remotely.
The guidance also
•The next meeting of the Hardy County Board of Education will be held on Monday, July 6 beginning at 5 p.m. The board will gather at 4:30 p.m. to administer the oath of office to the newly elected members. The meeting will be held at the Central Office, 510 Ashby Ave. in Moorefield. The public is invited to attend.