Hartford area schools issue statement regarding remainder of 2019-2020 school year | By Teri Kermendy

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May 14, 2020 – Hartford, WI – Dear Hartford area school families:

We would like to take a moment to address the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s decision and what that means for our students and families.

Yesterday evening, the Wisconsin State Supreme Court struck down portions of the Governor’s order that extended the “Safer at Home” rules. The decision did not affect the part of the order that addressed school closures for pupil instruction and extracurricular activities.

This means school buildings will remain closed until June 30, and instruction will continue to be delivered in a remote and/or virtual manner through the end of the school year.

The school boards, administration, and staff of the Hartford Area Schools are committed to keeping the health and safety of our students, faculty, and community its highest priority, and we will continue to monitor legislative action and pass along information as it becomes available.

Yours in education,

Dennis Kaczor  Superintendent Herman-Neosho-Rubicon School District

Kieth Kriewaldt  Superintendent Erin School District

Mark Smits  Superintendent Hartford Joint 1 School District

Tara Villalobos  Superintendent Holy Hill Area School District

Jeffrey A. Walters  Superintendent Hartford Union High School

 

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