Archive for December, 2021

  • Updated COVID-19 Guidance

    Dear BHRSD Community, I hope this past week has found you some rest and time with loved ones.  Before we return to school on Monday, I wanted to share important health updates we received from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the Department of Public Health. Yesterday,  they released updated guidance for public schools reflecting some of CDC’s most recent COVID-19 recommendations.  Please note that while the isolation guidance for K-12 is changing (applying to people who have COVID), the quarantine guidance (for those who are exposed but haven’t tested positive) will be staying the same for K-12. […]

  • Winter break reminder

    Dear BHRSD Community, As previously communicated earlier this week, I want to thank you for your continued partnership in keeping our entire school community safe and healthy.   It is my hope that everyone is able to spend time with loved ones and enjoys this winter break.  Our collective goal remains the same, to keep the schools open, which is vital to our children’s emotional health and education.  I encourage you to continue with the preventative measures we all know which include practicing social distancing, washing your hands, and wearing masks.   We are grateful in participation in these measures to help […]

  • Local Covid-19 Data – 12/16/2021

  • Holidays, Travel, and Moving Forward

    Dear BHRSD Community, As we approach this holiday season, I’d like to share a few reminders. Please remember how excited we all are, the students, staff, parents and administrators that our schools are open. Our collective goal is to keep it this way. Our best approach is to support each other with known preventative measures. This is particularly important at the Omicron variant becomes more pervasive. These measures include masking, vaccines, and when applicable booster shots. Here’s a summary of our vaccination rates: Staff 99.6% Students in grades 7-12 — 85% Students in grades K-6 — 50% High School athletes […]

  • TikTok post – Non-Credible Threat

  • Meeting on COVID-19 Vaccine Policy / Vote