CALHOUN MIDDLE-HIGH SCHOOL GOES REMOTE LEARNING THROUGH FRIDAY - Covid-19 Exposure Requiring Deep Cleaning

(01/28/2021)
In an effort to be transparent with the community and respect the privacy of school employees, Calhoun County Schools has had several employees exposed to a community member with COVID.

Due to the need to do a deep cleaning, Calhoun Middle/High will be REMOTE LEARNING the rest of this week and will return to IN-PERSON next Monday, February 1st.

The virtual food distribution will still take place in the front of the building and the Save-the-Children Farm to Family Community food box distribution will still take place in the front parking lot.

Superintendent Kelli Whytsell says they in touch with the MOVHD and will be following the health department's guidance. Close contacts of have been identified and notified.

"As a school system, our employees do the COVID-19 screeners, take temperatures, and sanitize," Whytsell said.

"Our thoughts and prayers are with the families at this time.   We are a close school family and will continue to provide whatever assistance we can safely provide to them during this time.   Thank you for your support of Calhoun County Schools, our students, and the school community.   Together we can get through these challenging times by continuing to support each other," Whytsell concluded.