Message from Kosciusko School District Superintendent Bill Ellzey on school closing and meal program

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Kosciusko School District Superintendent Bill Ellzey has released a statement on the district’s plan to continue feeding/meal program during the annouced school closure:

“We know the governor has closed schools to help keep everyone stay safe and healthy during this uncertain time.

We totally understand this decision and we will work to serve our community in any way while schools are closed.

We will continue our feeding program at Middle and Upper elementary.

Starting Monday, we will add a new location to better serve our children, Kosciusko Junior High.

Kosciusko High will no longer be serving as we feel we can serve our children better at the junior high location.

We will  also be getting more information out about distance learning opportunities, which may include online classrooms and other forms such as printed copies or social media.

We ask that our parents monitor our social media accounts and look for text messages and calls from the schools to update them on happenings during this time.”

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