So far, the South Callaway R-2 School District’s vigilance has paid off: The district currently has no active cases of COVID-19, Superintendent Kevin Hillman said.
Two students and one teacher are currently in quarantine because they were in contact with someone who later tested positive.
“I’m very grateful for our current situation,” South Callaway Elementary Principal Corey Pontius said. “So far, teachers, staff and families have been taking all our protocols very seriously.”
Should an outbreak occur, with enough cases and absences to shut down the district, teachers and students should be ready to make a smooth transition to distance learning. That’s in part thanks to the work of the district’s two instructional coaches, who gave an update during Wednesday’s South Callaway Board of Education…