Please note the changes in pick up days.
Please read the protocols. Know that we are doing everything we can to safely provide education to all students.
Dear Parents of Park High students,
We hope you and your students are figuring out our offsite learning through Office 365 and Teams. If you have internet but your child is still in need of a computer to access their online classwork, please contact Kate Lende at firstname.lastname@example.org BY FRIDAY, APRIL 3. In your email, please give your student’s name, student ID# and school computer password. FOR THOSE WHO HAVE PRE-ARRANGED WITH KATE LENDE, laptops will be made available for pick up on Monday, April 6 from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 pm for last names ending in A-H and 12:30pm - 6 pm for last names ending in I-Z at Park High School using the district-wide COVID-19 pickup/drop-off protocol.
If you cannot pick up a laptop at that time, understand that your student will need to complete coursework as a paper and pencil student. Laptops are limited, so families with multiple children in the household may be expected to share.
For all tech support questions including access to Office 365 and Microsoft Teams, please contact Kate Lende.
Gov. Bullock announced Tuesday he is extending his directives to close Montana's schools as well as restaurants, bars, and other venues until April 10. The governor said the directives may be extended again."It's the actions that we're taking today and actions of businesses, individuals, and each of us take today and in the immediate future that will lessen the spread in Montana," Gov. Bullock said.
Gov. Bullock also announced a new directive prohibiting non-essential social and recreational gatherings of individuals outside of a home or place of residence of greater than 10 people if a distance of more than six feet between individuals cannot be maintained.
"While the threat of coronavirus is greatest to those older Montanans and those that have medical conditions already, the obligation to control the spread is on each and every one of us each and every day."
Gov. Bullock also said the state is preparing for a potential increase of patients in Montana's hospitals and has received 50,000 masks through a mutual aid agreement with North Dakota. The governor said Montana will also receive additional personal protective equipment (PPE) national stockpile resources later this week.
The governor says the state lab has received 4,000 additional swabs for testing as well as additional tests.
"I'll continue to join the other governors in pushing for supplies and certainly won't stop fighting for Montana to receive what we need."
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