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Wednesday 01 April 2020
Dear Campbellsport Parents:
This letter is to inform you that an employee of the Campbellsport School District has tested positive for COVID -19 . This information was made available to me today. The infected employee showed symptoms of illness just before the decision to close schools and has been home and away from all District school buildings since March 13, 2020. As of today, the employee has been medically cleared to return to work and has past the recommended timeframe for isolation.
The reality is this viral infection is spreading and will continue to spread, and we each must individually and collectively adjust our routines to minimize its effect. Due to the potential spread of COVID-19 the Wisconsin Department of Health Services authorized closing public schools and public gatherings.
What is COVID-19?
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. People with confirmed infections have a range of symptoms, from little to no symptoms to people being severely sick and dying. Symptoms may include fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, headache, fatigue, body and muscle aches, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
Not everyone with COVID-19 has all of these symptoms. For many, symptoms are mild, with no fever. It is important to know that you can still spread (transmit) the virus to others even if you have mild or no symptoms.
Paul A. Amundson
Hello Class of 2020 Students and Parents:
We are writing today to share some good news with you! After seeing the Facebook post from Trend Setters Sign Shop in Kewaskum, we wanted to share the pride we have in our Class of 2020 and because of that we have decided to buy a yard sign for all of our seniors graduating this year; afterall, graduation is NOT cancelled (see the picture attached). As of right now, graduation is going on as planned, but we are looking at alternatives if the shutdown continues beyond May 31.
These signs are one way that we can let our seniors know that we are thinking of them and that we are all in this together. We are anticipating that the signs will be ready by the start of next week and staff will be delivering them to houses. These signs can be displayed prominently on your lawn, in a window, or even on a door.
We are thinking of you, Seniors, and we will finish this journey together.
Mrs. Gravelle, Mrs. Schraufnagel, Mr. Griesemer, and Mr. Hencsikview image
Your counseling staff is thinking of you and are here for you!view image
Hello Campbellsport Families:
Here we are at the end of the first full week of distance learning. We appreciate the cooperation through these interesting times and we acknowledge the struggles that come from students learning at home. Trust me; I’m struggling with my two at home. Please know that we are working with our teachers to normalize this process. Teachers have adapted their expectations based on feedback from parents and students. As Mr. Griesemer always states, “It takes a village…”
In this spirit, we thought we would send some strategies for learning at home. These are not an exhaustive list, but some tips to help:
Limit distractions until work is done. Consider quarantining their cell phones until work is completed.
Make sure there is a dedicated work space.
Maintain breaks for them. Allow them to video chat, text, etc. their friends just like passing times at school.
Don’t underestimate the power of a schedule. As much as they may complain, teens crave structure. Keep routines in place including bed times, when you work from home, when they do…
Remember to schedule time for fun. Be creative.
Make sure that kids continue to ask questions and answer communication from their teachers.
Encourage your son/daughter to collaborate with other students when he/she has questions. This acts as a support network as well.
Be supportive of the distance learning process and avoid unnecessary conflict. Your son/daughter needs your steady hand and level head modelling the demeanor to make this all work.
Listen to this podcast about Gen. Z students. Have your kids listen to it, too.
As a reminder:
If your child’s Chromebook that was loaned out has issues, please contact Sherman Gengler at firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-533-8381.
A Federal program is allowing us to prepare a lunch for any student enrolled in our District to receive a ‘breakfast and bag lunch’. You must notify us via a survey that you received earlier as to whether you would like to pick it up or have it delivered to your residence. This will occur from 11am - 1pm at CES, EES or the main office side of MS-HS. Please contact Michele Eilbes at email@example.com if you have questions.
The Campbellsport School District is proud to announce the Class of 2020 Co-Valedictorians and its Salutatorian. Campbellsport High School's staff would like to congratulate Missy, Roman, and Andrea on these spectacular awards.
Melissa Gilles, daughter of Stephen and Lisa Gilles, was named the Campbellsport High School Class of 2020 Co-Valedictorian. She is undecided about which University she will attend in the Fall. Melissa will be majoring in Political Science and minoring in Psychology.
Roman Skorupa, son of Ted and Erin Skorupa, was named the Campbellsport High School Class of 2020 Co-Valedictorian. Roman is planning to go to Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) pursuing a major in Electrical Engineering.
Andrea Yahr, daughter of Mike and Gail Yahr, was named the Campbellsport High School Class of 2020 Salutatorian. She will be attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Andrea will be majoring in Biochemistry and minoring in Spanish and has the intention of becoming a physician assistant.view image