Perrysburg Board of Education considers upcoming school year
During the Perrysburg Board of Education’s July 7 work session, Superintendent Tom Hosler reiterated the challenges of making plans for the upcoming school year.
“If just five out of our 1,700 students test positive for the virus, it’s conceivable that 30 teachers and 700 students would have to be quarantined,” he explained. “No matter what we do, we can count on some people being unhappy. We have the responsibility to do what we can for students and staff. For one thing, insurance companies and the health department will require accountability.”
Superintendent Hosler the staff is planning according to the guidance they are receiving from the requisite entities, including the state and local health departments.
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