Message From Stephen Grizzle, Superintendent of Fairbury Public Schools –
Last night, around 9:00 pm, Gov. Ricketts made the declaration that schools must remain closed to regular operations and continue their alternate learning methods until the end of this school year. Officially, our region is not under the Direct Health Measures declaration that 56 Nebraska counties are under.
This is a precautionary public health measure; local health and school officials are monitoring the COVID-19 situation in Southeast Nebraska closely. We will continue our district’s plan for learning for this school year. Tomorrow morning, Friday, I, along with our High School counselor, Mrs. Biehl and our HS Principal, Mr. Anderson are meeting with the senior class. We will be covering several topics important to their Graduating Class of 2020. I am confident, together, we will be able to develop creative strategies to give them the sendoff and celebration they so richly deserve!
Thank you for your partnership and commitment to keeping our students and our community as safe as possible. I appreciate your patience and understanding. I have the utmost concern for your child and our community at heart. Thank you and have a great day!
Stephen L. Grizzle, Superintendent
Fairbury Public Schools
“It’s a GREAT day to be a Jeff!”