SPS virtual classes come to a close, administrators share ideas with board
The Shelton School Board conducted their second monthly meeting via video conference for their regular meeting on Monday, May 11, due to the coronavirus that has spread across the nation. The district finished the school year holding online classes for most students, and sending out packets for the younger students.
As the disruption to the regular school year continues, school administrators discussed the processes the staff and teachers have been using to continue teaching course work to the end of the school year.
The class of 2020 graduation ceremony has been tentatively set for Sunday, August 1. Superintendent Mr. Brian Gegg indicated that he hoped that the ceremony could go on as usual, but more than likely would be limited in the total number allowed to attend. He noted that the ceremony would be simulcasted for those who could not attend. Mr. Gegg said that moving the ceremony date up would also be an option if state restrictions are relaxed sooner. He said he hoped there would be more information and a clearer picture by the next board meeting on June 15.
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