Lecturers at Martha’s Winery Regional Excessive College had been requested to earn a living from home Friday after a workers member let faculty officers know they had been being examined for COVID-19, MVRHS principal Sara Dingledy informed The Occasions Friday.
Dingledy wrote an electronic mail to The Occasions in response to what she stated had been “rumors flying round concerning the [high school] evacuating.” She stated lecturers had been requested to earn a living from home Friday out of an abundance of warning. Nervousness ranges are already excessive and faculty directors, conscious of that, thought it was the very best plan of action for his or her “psychological well-being.”
This week lecturers in Martha’s Winery public faculties started the method of making ready for the upcoming faculty 12 months with first-year lecturers reporting on Monday and the total workers on Wednesday. The primary 10 days of the college 12 months have been put aside as skilled growth days.
“We’ve a state of affairs the place somebody was within the constructing [Thursday] who’s being examined now,” Dingledy wrote in an electronic mail to The Occasions. “It appeared finest to simply let all our floor areas sit over the weekend and convey folks in subsequent week. Our [professional development] days are such that individuals can merely entry the work remotely. At this stage of re-introducing everybody to the constructing, that appeared the easiest way to go.”
Dingledy emphasised that the workers member concerned did the suitable factor. “All protocols had been adhered to and we’ve no considerations about security, however needed to provide you a heads up,” she wrote.