The Plymouth School Board voted unanimously at their December 1 regular meeting, to approve actions taken by Superintendent Andy Hartley concerning how education was delivered to students in November. The pandemic associated with COVID-19 has forced superintendents across the state to either allow students to attend school in-person or through eLearning. Hartley told the board that all of the Marshall County schools are working with the Marshall County Health Department.
All Plymouth students participated in virtual eLearning prior to the Thanksgiving holiday.
Hartley introduced a resolution that outlines what spectators will be allowed at school-sponsored events. He said, “Events that we have, at most, would have immediate family only. The number of those would be dependent on the event and the venue.”
He added, “At our bigger events at the high school, it would be immediate family with no more than four. We have some events where fans are just not going to be allowed because the number of participant members have or need to be able to space them out safely in those environments.” The board voted unanimously in approval.
Carol Anders Correspondent