Schools Back the "Three Ws"

Schools Back the "Three Ws"
Posted on 02/03/2021
3 Ws

Manitowoc County schools care deeply about our students, families and communities - and we are committed to do what we can to keep everyone safe and healthy. Our schools are using mitigation measures that include the “three Ws” - Watch your distancing, Wash hands and Wear masks.   The use of these strategies will help us continue to provide face to face learning.


Manitowoc County schools will continue to follow our district protocols on these three key safety measures for the foreseeable future for all students, staff and visitors to our buildings. Research shows that properly wearing a facial covering significantly reduces the risk of spreading or contracting COVID-19. 


We are excited that we have seen a decline in the number of Positive COVID-19 cases throughout Manitowoc County and look forward to COVID-19 vaccinations being available to our staff after March 1.  

   

As educators, we join all county residents in wanting our communities to return to “normal” as quickly as possible. We want all students to continue in-person learning, and to participate in sports, concerts, festivals and other school events and gatherings. To get there, we need everyone’s support. Thank you for all you have done already and for your continued support of your students’ education amid this pandemic - we appreciate your partnership.
Manitowoc Public School District -
Mark Holzman - Superintendent

Kiel Area School District - Brad Ebert - District Administrator
Reedsville School District - Kristoffer Brown - District Administrator
Two Rivers Public School District - Lisa Quistorf - District Administrator

Valders Area School District - Deb Hunt - Superintendent

School District of Mishicot - Paul Orlich - Superintendent




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