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March 26, 2020 Superintendent Update
March 26, 2020 Superintendent Update
Matt L. Rogers
Wednesday, April 01, 2020

Dear Vermillion Family,

By this evening, you will have received from your schools, information regarding how school will be starting back up Monday. I want to stress the need for communication. If you are having any difficulties at all, contact your student’s teacher. We know there will be issues that come up and we will help you handle them. The staff miss their students and are eager to get back in touch. This weekend will be a good time to get on the device your student will be using and make sure all the apps and programs run smoothly. We will be sending out another survey after school is back up and running to check for anything parents may need. We want to check the satisfaction level, and gauge if we need to make any adjustments. 

While the schools will not have any students or teachers in the building, the offices will be open and someone will be there to answer phone calls from 8am-12:30pm. If you need help outside of these hours, contact your student’s teacher or leave a message at the school. The district office will be available as well. Since we will have certain staff working from home, you may have to leave a message and that person will get back to you. Please make sure you continue to check your email and our Facebook pages, web sites, and my Twitter feed for updates as we progress towards the end of the year. My Twitter is @380Supt feel free to give me a follow. 

I am excited to see how this all turns out. The teachers have worked hard to ensure that we continue to provide the best education for all of our students. I hope that all of you have a great experience with our educational platform for the remainder of the school year. We will still follow the master calendar. The last day of school will be May 21st. Many of you will feel overwhelmed at first, this is normal. Relax, we are all feeling the same way. Keep lines of communication open, ask questions, we are going to be there to help you along the way. The intention of our Continuous Learning Plan is not to overload parents and students, it is intended to make the learning fun and innovative for the remainder of the school year. 


Matt L. Rogers 

Superintendent of Schools 

USD 380