The first semester of the 2020-21 school year will be all-virtual for any family that does not tell the Verona Area School District of its preference by Wednesday, Aug. 12.
The Verona Area Board of Education’s vote to bring back kindergarteners, first-graders and second-graders to school in-person on Sept. 8 lacked teacher voice, Verona Area Educator Association co-presidents told the Press.
The campus of the new Verona Area High School has many auxiliary facilities spread out throughout its 100-plus acres.
There’s a lot of work to do before Verona Area School District staff can welcome back its kindergarteners, first graders and second graders to school on Sept. 8.
When the Class of 2020 walked into the Verona Area High School for its final first day of school last September, no one envisioned they’d be ending it at home.
- Notebook: Biddle to leave board
- District puts up buses to congratulate its senior class
- Best laid plans: District's expansive new facilities might have to wait for students
- Coordinator: Security team preventing major incidents
- ‘Virtual+’ reopening option up for vote
- Board considers “Virtual+” option for fall
- Board seeks alternatives to police liaison contract
- District enters agreement for possible future land purchase
- No decision on school-police contract
- Notebook: In-person summer school will be offered later this month
- District changes course on reopening, prepares for five-day in-person education
- Julie Musgrove selected as Stoner Prairie principal
- Student petition asks for Black history to be taught in VASD
- District releases survey to families on fall reopening
- Pushing forward: COVID-19 changes plans for VAHS CNA students, but not their motivations