The CEO of Warner Hospital and Health Services is praising the work done by the Clinton School district for coming up with a safe plan to have kids return to school.
Paul Skowron praised Superintendent Curt Nettles and the district task force that came up with a return to class plan. He believes they have come up with a safe strategy for the community that involves an alternate plan for kids to learn remotely.
The DeWitt/Piatt Bi-County Health Department was a part of those discussions and Skowron credits them for their guidance. He also notes the hospital offered to make their facility available if testing is something they will need access to.