With the governor set to provide guidance to school districts on how and if they can reopen in the fall, Morris Schools Superintendent Troy Ferguson told the KMRS Community Connection that a group of some 40 stakeholders have been busy all summer planning for the different scenarios of student engagement that could take place this year.
“I just want people to know that we are taking their feedback into account as we plan moving forward,” said Ferguson. “Our teachers, our staff, our administration are anxious to get that planning done so we can get our students back in whatever capacity that we are able to in the Fall. We’re all kind of weary of the whole COVID situation, but we are doing our very best to plan and try to make the best out of it.”
Ferguson said he appreciates the support of the community during these difficult times, and assured parents that they are working to make this academic year the best experience possible for students.