Superintendent's Update

Friday Update from Superintendent Dulaney, February 12, 2021

By February 12, 2021No Comments

Happy Friday and welcome to a three-day weekend! I hope it’s been a good week and that this message finds all of you well. For those that have not been feeling well, you have been in my thoughts and I wish you a speedy recovery. As you may know we’ve had the opportunity to celebrate our transportation department. A sincere THANK YOU to Transportation Director, John Webster, and his team! We know that the work you do every day is critical, and we appreciate your care for students and families. Below are the COVID data for this week:

Total Positive cases since August 25th – 555
Total student positive cases – 402
Total employee positive cases –153
Total current active cases – 27
Total recovered cases – 528
Positive student cases related to school attendance – 34
Positive employee cases related to school attendance – 11
Total number of employees and students currently quarantined – 92
Total number of students quarantined since August 25th – 2,422
Total number of employees quarantined since August 25th – 191

We are continuing our focus on kindness during the month of February here in the Iron County School District. Kindness, love, generosity and care for each other is dependent on our willingness and ability to “lift” each other: to be aware of the needs around us so that we can share these traits with our families, our colleagues, our students, our community. The link below is to a “One Voice” Children’s Choir video that was produced for United Way. As I watched it, I was reminded of ALL that is happening in our schools… all YOU are doing that helps all of our kids to feel loved, cared for, encouraged and empowered to realize who they are, how important they are, and how vast the possibilities are for their lives and futures: “A Million Dreams.” It is important work, and I am grateful for all you continue to do!

Most sincerely,


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