The plan was developed by the district's RTS (Return To School) team of 25 staff members which has representation from all grade levels, facilities, and district departments.
He also was the project manager for a book. "Life On Hold", that was produced by the CEO students journaling about their experiences during the pandemic.
Each spring the program culminates with the CEO annual trade show in which the students create a business and sell their services or wares to the public.
Petzke stressed that people should base their decision on their “need” and not their “want”. “If we bring too many of our kids back at once, there is the potential for the virus to spread quite rapidly.”
The meeting will begin at 6:15 with a special public hearing on the E-Learning Curriculum, followed by the regular board meeting at 6:30.
Superintendent Dr. John Petzke says parts of the Return To Learning Plan will be discussed during the regular meeting.
"If we can’t get on the same page financially, it is going to drive a wedge between how we operate in other areas, “said Petzke.
The meeting will be rescheduled in late August or September according to Erie Athletic Director Brian Howell.
The public is asked to attend the meeting via Zoom due to the large number of board members and administrators in attendance.
Prophetstown-Lyndon-Tampico CUSD #3 is dedicated to ensuring our students and staff return safely to school during this period of the COVID-19 pandemic, and we need your help.