The North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation will continue to conduct eLearning and provide meals during the Indiana’s stay-at-home order. In a letter Tuesday, Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin said she believed that those are essential functions to students and the community.
eLearning will continue to be held each Monday and Wednesday through April 29. However, no lessons will be held the week of March 30, due to spring break. Zupin says school officials are evaluating the meal delivery process and may make adjustments after April 9 to limit exposure. The lunch delivery schedule for after April 9 will be released after spring break.
Zupin adds that school officials “have every intention” of having a high school graduation ceremony, but they can’t provide a specific date, time, and location yet. Similarly, prom won’t be able to be held on May 2, but efforts are underway to reschedule.
When it comes to spring sports, Zupin says Athletic Director Mike Sharkozy will follow the IHSAA’s guidelines and pass along any information when he gets it. Additionally, school officials have every intention on having students stage their performance of “Mary Poppins,” either when school resumes or in the summer.
Zupin thanked students, staff, and families for their support and flexibility.