“Given the uncertainty of this virus right now, it’s difficult to set a specific date on which we might return to normal operations,” the email stated. “We will continue to work with county and state leaders and monitor their stay-home directives. Rather than set a possible return date that is likely to continue to change, we will leave that open. Instead, once we receive the green light by health officials that it is safe to return, we will send communication to parents and staff one week prior to resuming normal operations.”
The curbside meals and at-home instruction will continue through the end of the school year if necessary, Savoy wrote.