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COVID Notification Letters

Dear Families, 


The date is September 13, 2021, and this letter is to provide notice that Upper Sandusky E. V. Schools has 1 reported case of COVID-19 within South School.


Upon learning about these positive cases, we have been working with the Wyandot County Health Department to investigate possible close contacts. The building administration made personal contacts to all individuals who were identified as being close contacts.


A letter will be emailed to all families whose child was in a location that may have been impacted by this positive case. The letter is the notification that is outlined in the Governor’s health order. Again, if you did not receive a call from the school nurse or a member of our building administration, your child was not directly impacted by these positive cases and may attend school without restrictions.


Please know the District is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of widespread illness and quarantines when a positive case is identified. These steps include enhanced cleaning protocols, maintaining as much social distancing as possible, changes to instructional practices to keep individuals separated, and the recommendation of wearing masks and being vaccinated for those eligible. 


This notification should also serve as a reminder to all of us that COVID-19 is present in our community. We all need to take steps to ensure our own safety and the safety of others. We are asking you to be our partner in keeping our students healthy and safe. Please be sure that you and your family members are taking the appropriate actions to stay healthy. These steps include: performing a health screening prior to leaving home each day, wearing a mask when visiting public spaces, limiting attendance at large gatherings where community spread can happen, washing/sanitizing hands often, not sharing food or drinks, and staying home when not feeling well. 


Thank you for everything you have done to adhere to the safety/health standards and for keeping the community spread low. 


Sincerely,


Eric Landversicht

Superintendent




Dear Families, 


The date is September 13, 2021, and this letter is to provide notice that Upper Sandusky E. V. Schools has 3 reported cases of COVID-19 within the Upper Sandusky High School.


Upon learning about these positive cases, we have been working with the Wyandot County Health Department to investigate possible close contacts. The building administration made personal contacts to all individuals who were identified as being close contacts.


A letter will be emailed to all families whose child was in a location that may have been impacted by this positive case. The letter is the notification that is outlined in the Governor’s health order. Again, if you did not receive a call from the school nurse or a member of our building administration, your child was not directly impacted by these positive cases and may attend school without restrictions.


Please know the District is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of widespread illness and quarantines when a positive case is identified. These steps include enhanced cleaning protocols, maintaining as much social distancing as possible, changes to instructional practices to keep individuals separated, and the recommendation of wearing masks and being vaccinated for those eligible. 


This notification should also serve as a reminder to all of us that COVID-19 is present in our community. We all need to take steps to ensure our own safety and the safety of others. We are asking you to be our partner in keeping our students healthy and safe. Please be sure that you and your family members are taking the appropriate actions to stay healthy. These steps include: performing a health screening prior to leaving home each day, wearing a mask when visiting public spaces, limiting attendance at large gatherings where community spread can happen, washing/sanitizing hands often, not sharing food or drinks, and staying home when not feeling well. 


Thank you for everything you have done to adhere to the safety/health standards and for keeping the community spread low. 


Sincerely,


Eric Landversicht

Superintendent




Dear Families, 


The date is September 9, 2021, and this letter is to provide notice that Upper Sandusky E. V. Schools has 1 reported case of COVID-19 within the Upper Sandusky High School.


Upon learning about these positive cases, we have been working with the Wyandot County Health Department to investigate possible close contacts. The building administration made personal contacts to all individuals who were identified as being close contacts.


A letter will be emailed to all families whose child was in a location that may have been impacted by this positive case. The letter is the notification that is outlined in the Governor’s health order. Again, if you did not receive a call from the school nurse or a member of our building administration, your child was not directly impacted by these positive cases and may attend school without restrictions.


Please know the District is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of widespread illness and quarantines when a positive case is identified. These steps include enhanced cleaning protocols, maintaining as much social distancing as possible, changes to instructional practices to keep individuals separated, and the recommendation of wearing masks and being vaccinated for those eligible. 


This notification should also serve as a reminder to all of us that COVID-19 is present in our community. We all need to take steps to ensure our own safety and the safety of others. We are asking you to be our partner in keeping our students healthy and safe. Please be sure that you and your family members are taking the appropriate actions to stay healthy. These steps include: performing a health screening prior to leaving home each day, wearing a mask when visiting public spaces, limiting attendance at large gatherings where community spread can happen, washing/sanitizing hands often, not sharing food or drinks, and staying home when not feeling well. 


Thank you for everything you have done to adhere to the safety/health standards and for keeping the community spread low. 


Sincerely,


Eric Landversicht

Superintendent




Dear Families, 


The date is September 9, 2021, and this letter is to provide notice that Upper Sandusky E. V. Schools has 1 reported probable case of COVID-19 within the Union Elementary School.


Upon learning about these positive cases, we have been working with the Wyandot County Health Department to investigate possible close contacts. The building administration made personal contacts to all individuals who were identified as being close contacts.


A letter will be emailed to all families whose child was in a location that may have been impacted by this positive case. The letter is the notification that is outlined in the Governor’s health order. Again, if you did not receive a call from the school nurse or a member of our building administration, your child was not directly impacted by these positive cases and may attend school without restrictions.


Please know the District is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of widespread illness and quarantines when a positive case is identified. These steps include enhanced cleaning protocols, maintaining as much social distancing as possible, changes to instructional practices to keep individuals separated, and the recommendation of wearing masks and being vaccinated for those eligible. 


This notification should also serve as a reminder to all of us that COVID-19 is present in our community. We all need to take steps to ensure our own safety and the safety of others. We are asking you to be our partner in keeping our students healthy and safe. Please be sure that you and your family members are taking the appropriate actions to stay healthy. These steps include: performing a health screening prior to leaving home each day, wearing a mask when visiting public spaces, limiting attendance at large gatherings where community spread can happen, washing/sanitizing hands often, not sharing food or drinks, and staying home when not feeling well. 


Thank you for everything you have done to adhere to the safety/health standards and for keeping the community spread low. 


Sincerely,


Eric Landversicht

Superintendent




Dear Families, 


The date is September 9, 2021, and this letter is to provide notice that Upper Sandusky E. V. Schools has 1 reported probable case of COVID-19 within the Upper Sandusky Middle School.


Upon learning about these positive cases, we have been working with the Wyandot County Health Department to investigate possible close contacts. The building administration made personal contacts to all individuals who were identified as being close contacts.


A letter will be emailed to all families whose child was in a location that may have been impacted by this positive case. The letter is the notification that is outlined in the Governor’s health order. Again, if you did not receive a call from the school nurse or a member of our building administration, your child was not directly impacted by these positive cases and may attend school without restrictions.


Please know the District is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of widespread illness and quarantines when a positive case is identified. These steps include enhanced cleaning protocols, maintaining as much social distancing as possible, changes to instructional practices to keep individuals separated, and the recommendation of wearing masks and being vaccinated for those eligible. 


This notification should also serve as a reminder to all of us that COVID-19 is present in our community. We all need to take steps to ensure our own safety and the safety of others. We are asking you to be our partner in keeping our students healthy and safe. Please be sure that you and your family members are taking the appropriate actions to stay healthy. These steps include: performing a health screening prior to leaving home each day, wearing a mask when visiting public spaces, limiting attendance at large gatherings where community spread can happen, washing/sanitizing hands often, not sharing food or drinks, and staying home when not feeling well. 


Thank you for everything you have done to adhere to the safety/health standards and for keeping the community spread low. 


Sincerely,


Eric Landversicht

Superintendent




Dear Families, 


The date is September 8, 2021, and this letter is to provide notice that Upper Sandusky E. V. Schools has 1 reported case of COVID-19 within the Upper Sandusky High School.


Upon learning about these positive cases, we have been working with the Wyandot County Health Department to investigate possible close contacts. The building administration made personal contacts to all individuals who were identified as being close contacts.


A letter will be emailed to all families whose child was in a location that may have been impacted by this positive case. The letter is the notification that is outlined in the Governor’s health order. Again, if you did not receive a call from the school nurse or a member of our building administration, your child was not directly impacted by these positive cases and may attend school without restrictions.


Please know the District is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of widespread illness and quarantines when a positive case is identified. These steps include enhanced cleaning protocols, maintaining as much social distancing as possible, changes to instructional practices to keep individuals separated, and the recommendation of wearing masks and being vaccinated for those eligible. 


This notification should also serve as a reminder to all of us that COVID-19 is present in our community. We all need to take steps to ensure our own safety and the safety of others. We are asking you to be our partner in keeping our students healthy and safe. Please be sure that you and your family members are taking the appropriate actions to stay healthy. These steps include: performing a health screening prior to leaving home each day, wearing a mask when visiting public spaces, limiting attendance at large gatherings where community spread can happen, washing/sanitizing hands often, not sharing food or drinks, and staying home when not feeling well. 


Thank you for everything you have done to adhere to the safety/health standards and for keeping the community spread low. 


Sincerely,


Eric Landversicht

Superintendent




Dear Families, 


The date is September 8, 2021, and this letter is to provide notice that Upper Sandusky E. V. Schools has 1 reported case of COVID-19 within the Upper Sandusky Middle School.


Upon learning about these positive cases, we have been working with the Wyandot County Health Department to investigate possible close contacts. The building administration made personal contacts to all individuals who were identified as being close contacts.


A letter will be emailed to all families whose child was in a location that may have been impacted by this positive case. The letter is the notification that is outlined in the Governor’s health order. Again, if you did not receive a call from the school nurse or a member of our building administration, your child was not directly impacted by these positive cases and may attend school without restrictions.


Please know the District is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of widespread illness and quarantines when a positive case is identified. These steps include enhanced cleaning protocols, maintaining as much social distancing as possible, changes to instructional practices to keep individuals separated, and the recommendation of wearing masks and being vaccinated for those eligible. 


This notification should also serve as a reminder to all of us that COVID-19 is present in our community. We all need to take steps to ensure our own safety and the safety of others. We are asking you to be our partner in keeping our students healthy and safe. Please be sure that you and your family members are taking the appropriate actions to stay healthy. These steps include: performing a health screening prior to leaving home each day, wearing a mask when visiting public spaces, limiting attendance at large gatherings where community spread can happen, washing/sanitizing hands often, not sharing food or drinks, and staying home when not feeling well. 


Thank you for everything you have done to adhere to the safety/health standards and for keeping the community spread low. 


Sincerely,


Eric Landversicht

Superintendent




Dear Families, 


The date is September 7, 2021, and this letter is to provide notice that Upper Sandusky E. V. Schools has 3 reported cases of COVID-19 within the Upper Sandusky High School.


Upon learning about these positive cases, we have been working with the Wyandot County Health Department to investigate possible close contacts. The building administration made personal contacts to all individuals who were identified as being close contacts.


A letter will be emailed to all families whose child was in a location that may have been impacted by this positive case. The letter is the notification that is outlined in the Governor’s health order. Again, if you did not receive a call from the school nurse or a member of our building administration, your child was not directly impacted by these positive cases and may attend school without restrictions.


Please know the District is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of widespread illness and quarantines when a positive case is identified. These steps include enhanced cleaning protocols, maintaining as much social distancing as possible, changes to instructional practices to keep individuals separated, and the recommendation of wearing masks and being vaccinated for those eligible. 


This notification should also serve as a reminder to all of us that COVID-19 is present in our community. We all need to take steps to ensure our own safety and the safety of others. We are asking you to be our partner in keeping our students healthy and safe. Please be sure that you and your family members are taking the appropriate actions to stay healthy. These steps include: performing a health screening prior to leaving home each day, wearing a mask when visiting public spaces, limiting attendance at large gatherings where community spread can happen, washing/sanitizing hands often, not sharing food or drinks, and staying home when not feeling well. 


Thank you for everything you have done to adhere to the safety/health standards and for keeping the community spread low. 


Sincerely,


Eric Landversicht

Superintendent




Dear Families, 


The date is September 3, 2021, and this letter is to provide notice that Upper Sandusky E. V. Schools has 2 reported cases of COVID-19 within the Upper Sandusky High School.


Upon learning about this positive case, we have been working with the Wyandot County Health Department to investigate possible close contacts. The building administration made personal contacts to all individuals who were identified as being close contacts.


A letter will be emailed to all families whose child was in a location that may have been impacted by this positive case. The letter is the notification that is outlined in the Governor’s health order. Again, if you did not receive a call from the school nurse or a member of our building administration, your child was not directly impacted by these positive cases and may attend school without restrictions.


Please know the District is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of widespread illness and quarantines when a positive case is identified. These steps include enhanced cleaning protocols, maintaining as much social distancing as possible, changes to instructional practices to keep individuals separated, and the recommendation of wearing masks and being vaccinated for those eligible. 


This notification should also serve as a reminder to all of us that COVID-19 is present in our community. We all need to take steps to ensure our own safety and the safety of others. We are asking you to be our partner in keeping our students healthy and safe. Please be sure that you and your family members are taking the appropriate actions to stay healthy. These steps include: performing a health screening prior to leaving home each day, wearing a mask when visiting public spaces, limiting attendance at large gatherings where community spread can happen, washing/sanitizing hands often, not sharing food or drinks, and staying home when not feeling well. 


Thank you for everything you have done to adhere to the safety/health standards and for keeping the community spread low. 


Sincerely,


Eric Landversicht

Superintendent




Dear Families, 


The date is September 3, 2021, and this letter is to provide notice that Upper Sandusky E. V. Schools has two reported probable cases of COVID-19 within East Elementary School.


Upon learning about these probable cases, we have been working with the Wyandot County Health Department to investigate possible close contacts. The building administration made personal contacts to all individuals who were identified as being close contacts.


A letter will be emailed to all families whose child was in a location that may have been impacted by this positive case. The letter is the notification that is outlined in the Governor’s health order. Again, if you did not receive a call from the school nurse or a member of our building administration, your child was not directly impacted by these positive cases and may attend school without restrictions.


Please know the District is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of widespread illness and quarantines when a positive case is identified. These steps include enhanced cleaning protocols, maintaining as much social distancing as possible, changes to instructional practices to keep individuals separated, and the recommendation of wearing masks and being vaccinated for those eligible. 


This notification should also serve as a reminder to all of us that COVID-19 is present in our community. We all need to take steps to ensure our own safety and the safety of others. We are asking you to be our partner in keeping our students healthy and safe. Please be sure that you and your family members are taking the appropriate actions to stay healthy. These steps include: performing a health screening prior to leaving home each day, wearing a mask when visiting public spaces, limiting attendance at large gatherings where community spread can happen, washing/sanitizing hands often, not sharing food or drinks, and staying home when not feeling well. 


Thank you for everything you have done to adhere to the safety/health standards and for keeping the community spread low. 


Sincerely,


Eric Landversicht

Superintendent




Dear Families, 


The date is September 1, 2021, and this letter is to provide notice that Upper Sandusky E. V. Schools has a reported case of COVID-19 within the East Elementary School.


Upon learning about this positive case, we have been working with the Wyandot County Health Department to investigate possible close contacts. The building administration made personal contacts to all individuals who were identified as being close contacts.


A letter will be emailed to all families whose child was in a location that may have been impacted by this positive case. The letter is the notification that is outlined in the Governor’s health order. Again, if you did not receive a call from the school nurse or a member of our building administration, your child was not directly impacted by these positive cases and may attend school without restrictions.


Please know the District is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of widespread illness and quarantines when a positive case is identified. These steps include enhanced cleaning protocols, maintaining as much social distancing as possible, changes to instructional practices to keep individuals separated, and the recommendation of wearing masks and being vaccinated for those eligible. 


This notification should also serve as a reminder to all of us that COVID-19 is present in our community. We all need to take steps to ensure our own safety and the safety of others. We are asking you to be our partner in keeping our students healthy and safe. Please be sure that you and your family members are taking the appropriate actions to stay healthy. These steps include: performing a health screening prior to leaving home each day, wearing a mask when visiting public spaces, limiting attendance at large gatherings where community spread can happen, washing/sanitizing hands often, not sharing food or drinks, and staying home when not feeling well. 


Thank you for everything you have done to adhere to the safety/health standards and for keeping the community spread low. 


Sincerely,


Eric Landversicht

Superintendent




Dear Families, 


The date is September 1, 2021, and this letter is to provide notice that Upper Sandusky E. V. Schools has 2 reported case of COVID-19 within the Upper Sandusky Middle School.


Upon learning about this positive case, we have been working with the Wyandot County Health Department to investigate possible close contacts. The building administration made personal contacts to all individuals who were identified as being close contacts.


A letter will be emailed to all families whose child was in a location that may have been impacted by this positive case. The letter is the notification that is outlined in the Governor’s health order. Again, if you did not receive a call from the school nurse or a member of our building administration, your child was not directly impacted by these positive cases and may attend school without restrictions.


Please know the District is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of widespread illness and quarantines when a positive case is identified. These steps include enhanced cleaning protocols, maintaining as much social distancing as possible, changes to instructional practices to keep individuals separated, and the recommendation of wearing masks and being vaccinated for those eligible. 


This notification should also serve as a reminder to all of us that COVID-19 is present in our community. We all need to take steps to ensure our own safety and the safety of others. We are asking you to be our partner in keeping our students healthy and safe. Please be sure that you and your family members are taking the appropriate actions to stay healthy. These steps include: performing a health screening prior to leaving home each day, wearing a mask when visiting public spaces, limiting attendance at large gatherings where community spread can happen, washing/sanitizing hands often, not sharing food or drinks, and staying home when not feeling well. 


Thank you for everything you have done to adhere to the safety/health standards and for keeping the community spread low. 


Sincerely,


Eric Landversicht

Superintendent




Dear Families, 


The date is September 1, 2021, and this letter is to provide notice that Upper Sandusky E. V. Schools has 2 reported case of COVID-19 within the Upper Sandusky High School.


Upon learning about this positive case, we have been working with the Wyandot County Health Department to investigate possible close contacts. The building administration made personal contacts to all individuals who were identified as being close contacts.


A letter will be emailed to all families whose child was in a location that may have been impacted by this positive case. The letter is the notification that is outlined in the Governor’s health order. Again, if you did not receive a call from the school nurse or a member of our building administration, your child was not directly impacted by these positive cases and may attend school without restrictions.


Please know the District is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of widespread illness and quarantines when a positive case is identified. These steps include enhanced cleaning protocols, maintaining as much social distancing as possible, changes to instructional practices to keep individuals separated, and the recommendation of wearing masks and being vaccinated for those eligible. 


This notification should also serve as a reminder to all of us that COVID-19 is present in our community. We all need to take steps to ensure our own safety and the safety of others. We are asking you to be our partner in keeping our students healthy and safe. Please be sure that you and your family members are taking the appropriate actions to stay healthy. These steps include: performing a health screening prior to leaving home each day, wearing a mask when visiting public spaces, limiting attendance at large gatherings where community spread can happen, washing/sanitizing hands often, not sharing food or drinks, and staying home when not feeling well. 


Thank you for everything you have done to adhere to the safety/health standards and for keeping the community spread low. 


Sincerely,


Eric Landversicht

Superintendent




Dear Families, 


The date is August 31, 2021, and this letter is to provide notice that Upper Sandusky E. V. Schools has a reported case of COVID-19 within the Upper Sandusky High School.


Upon learning about this positive case, we have been working with the Wyandot County Health Department to investigate possible close contacts. The building administration made personal contacts to all individuals who were identified as being close contacts.


A letter will be emailed to all families whose child was in a location that may have been impacted by this positive case. The letter is the notification that is outlined in the Governor’s health order. Again, if you did not receive a call from the school nurse or a member of our building administration, your child was not directly impacted by these positive cases and may attend school without restrictions.


Please know the District is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of widespread illness and quarantines when a positive case is identified. These steps include enhanced cleaning protocols, maintaining as much social distancing as possible, changes to instructional practices to keep individuals separated, and the recommendation of wearing masks and being vaccinated for those eligible. 


This notification should also serve as a reminder to all of us that COVID-19 is present in our community. We all need to take steps to ensure our own safety and the safety of others. We are asking you to be our partner in keeping our students healthy and safe. Please be sure that you and your family members are taking the appropriate actions to stay healthy. These steps include: performing a health screening prior to leaving home each day, wearing a mask when visiting public spaces, limiting attendance at large gatherings where community spread can happen, washing/sanitizing hands often, not sharing food or drinks, and staying home when not feeling well. 


Thank you for everything you have done to adhere to the safety/health standards and for keeping the community spread low. 


Sincerely,


Eric Landversicht

Superintendent




Dear Families, 


The date is August 30, 2021, and this letter is to provide notice that Upper Sandusky E. V. Schools has a reported case of COVID-19 within the Upper Sandusky High School.


Upon learning about this positive case, we have been working with the Wyandot County Health Department to investigate possible close contacts. The building administration made personal contacts to all individuals who were identified as being close contacts.


A letter will be emailed to all families whose child was in a location that may have been impacted by this positive case. The letter is the notification that is outlined in the Governor’s health order. Again, if you did not receive a call from the school nurse or a member of our building administration, your child was not directly impacted by these positive cases and may attend school without restrictions.


Please know the District is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of widespread illness and quarantines when a positive case is identified. These steps include enhanced cleaning protocols, maintaining as much social distancing as possible, changes to instructional practices to keep individuals separated, and the recommendation of wearing masks and being vaccinated for those eligible. 


This notification should also serve as a reminder to all of us that COVID-19 is present in our community. We all need to take steps to ensure our own safety and the safety of others. We are asking you to be our partner in keeping our students healthy and safe. Please be sure that you and your family members are taking the appropriate actions to stay healthy. These steps include: performing a health screening prior to leaving home each day, wearing a mask when visiting public spaces, limiting attendance at large gatherings where community spread can happen, washing/sanitizing hands often, not sharing food or drinks, and staying home when not feeling well. 


Thank you for everything you have done to adhere to the safety/health standards and for keeping the community spread low. 


Sincerely,


Eric Landversicht

Superintendent




Dear Families, 


The date is August 30, 2021, and this letter is to provide notice that Upper Sandusky E. V. Schools has a reported case of COVID-19 within the Union Elementary School.


Upon learning about this positive case, we have been working with the Wyandot County Health Department to investigate possible close contacts. The building administration made personal contacts to all individuals who were identified as being close contacts.


A letter will be emailed to all families whose child was in a location that may have been impacted by this positive case. The letter is the notification that is outlined in the Governor’s health order. Again, if you did not receive a call from the school nurse or a member of our building administration, your child was not directly impacted by these positive cases and may attend school without restrictions.


Please know the District is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of widespread illness and quarantines when a positive case is identified. These steps include enhanced cleaning protocols, maintaining as much social distancing as possible, changes to instructional practices to keep individuals separated, and the recommendation of wearing masks and being vaccinated for those eligible. 


This notification should also serve as a reminder to all of us that COVID-19 is present in our community. We all need to take steps to ensure our own safety and the safety of others. We are asking you to be our partner in keeping our students healthy and safe. Please be sure that you and your family members are taking the appropriate actions to stay healthy. These steps include: performing a health screening prior to leaving home each day, wearing a mask when visiting public spaces, limiting attendance at large gatherings where community spread can happen, washing/sanitizing hands often, not sharing food or drinks, and staying home when not feeling well. 


Thank you for everything you have done to adhere to the safety/health standards and for keeping the community spread low. 


Sincerely,


Eric Landversicht

Superintendent




Dear Staff, 


The date is August 27, 2021, and this letter is to provide notice that Upper Sandusky E. V. Schools has a reported case of COVID-19 within the Upper Sandusky Middle School.


Upon learning about this positive case, we have been working with the Wyandot County Health Department to investigate possible close contacts. The building administration made personal contacts to all individuals who were identified as being close contacts.


A letter will be emailed to all families whose child was in a location that may have been impacted by this positive case. The letter is the notification that is outlined in the Governor’s health order. Again, if you did not receive a call from the school nurse or a member of our building administration, your child was not directly impacted by these positive cases and may attend school without restrictions.


Please know the District is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of widespread illness and quarantines when a positive case is identified. These steps include enhanced cleaning protocols, maintaining as much social distancing as possible, changes to instructional practices to keep individuals separated, and the recommendation of wearing masks and being vaccinated for those eligible. 


This notification should also serve as a reminder to all of us that COVID-19 is present in our community. We all need to take steps to ensure our own safety and the safety of others. We are asking you to be our partner in keeping our students healthy and safe. Please be sure that you and your family members are taking the appropriate actions to stay healthy. These steps include: performing a health screening prior to leaving home each day, wearing a mask when visiting public spaces, limiting attendance at large gatherings where community spread can happen, washing/sanitizing hands often, not sharing food or drinks, and staying home when not feeling well. 


Thank you for everything you have done to adhere to the safety/health standards and for keeping the community spread low. 


Sincerely,


Eric Landversicht

Superintendent




Dear Families, 


The date is August 26, 2021, and this letter is to provide notice that Upper Sandusky E. V. Schools has a reported case of COVID-19 within the Upper Sandusky High School.


Upon learning about this positive case, we have been working with the Wyandot County Health Department to investigate possible close contacts. The building administration made personal contacts to all individuals who were identified as being close contacts.


A letter will be emailed to all families whose child was in a location that may have been impacted by this positive case. The letter is the notification that is outlined in the Governor’s health order. Again, if you did not receive a call from the school nurse or a member of our building administration, your child was not directly impacted by these positive cases and may attend school without restrictions.


Please know the District is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of widespread illness and quarantines when a positive case is identified. These steps include enhanced cleaning protocols, maintaining as much social distancing as possible, changes to instructional practices to keep individuals separated, and the recommendation of wearing masks and being vaccinated for those eligible. 


This notification should also serve as a reminder to all of us that COVID-19 is present in our community. We all need to take steps to ensure our own safety and the safety of others. We are asking you to be our partner in keeping our students healthy and safe. Please be sure that you and your family members are taking the appropriate actions to stay healthy. These steps include: performing a health screening prior to leaving home each day, wearing a mask when visiting public spaces, limiting attendance at large gatherings where community spread can happen, washing/sanitizing hands often, not sharing food or drinks, and staying home when not feeling well. 


Thank you for everything you have done to adhere to the safety/health standards and for keeping the community spread low. 


Sincerely,


Eric Landversicht

Superintendent