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Maroa-Forsyth Superintendent Updates on COVID

Maroa-Forsyth Schools continue to plug away at the school year amid the COVID pandemic. 


Superintendent Dr. John Ahlemeyer indicates they have had their share of cases like most other districts and have had to have students and staff quarantine due to contact tracing measures but overall he is pleased with how the year has gone.



Dr. Ahlemeyer credits the district's plan, the diligence of the community to stay healthy and luck is on their side. He indicates they are willing to do whatever it takes to keep things going.



According to Dr. Ahlemeyer, a lot of credit is due to their students and teachers for adapting to the circumstances. He is standing up against the stigma that teachers who can be home and teach are not doing as much work as they normally would be.



Dr. Ahlemeyer admits there are things they need to continue to work on when they have students in the buildings and emphasizes the continued focus on the things like masking and distancing as keys to keeping kids from getting sick and being sent home. 

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