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Dear Parents/Guardians,

First, I would like to thank you for the hard work that you’ve put forth providing support, structure and motivation to your students as they’ve adapted to distance learning.  I’m sure it hasn’t been easy, but the students have shown tremendous resilience throughout this quarter of distance learning, taking advantage of the learning opportunities that our teachers have worked tirelessly to provide and it is thanks to you. I’d also like to thank all of you for your patience while we’ve worked to develop a plan for students to access the junior high to retrieve their personal items and drop off items that they’ve borrowed. We feel that we’ve developed an efficient process that allows for social distancing and limits the amount of human contact/interaction to reduce the possibility of spreading germs. There were many factors involved in the development of this plan and your continued patience and cooperation is needed in order to ensure the safety of everyone involved. Please find the plan below and contact me with any questions. Thank you and Go Trojans!

 

Jeff Greulich

Principal, Troy Junior High School

Email: greulich-j@troy.k12.oh.us

Phone: 937-332-6725

 

 

 

STUDENT MATERIALS DROP OFF/PICK UP PLAN

Logistics for Social Distancing

  • Only 20 students will be allowed in the building at a time. Please wear facemasks if you have them.

    • If at all possible parents, guardians and other family members should not accompany students into the building in order to allow room for more students.

  • If you are asked to wait outside the building, please wait in line and use the X’s taped on the ground to maintain a 6 foot distance between yourself and others.

  • As you move throughout the building, please maintain at least 6 feet of space between yourself and others. 

  • Only 5 people will be allowed in the cafeteria at one time to drop off school material and pick up personal items listed in the next section.

  • Students waiting to drop off items outside of the cafeteria will be asked to stand on the X’s taped on the floor of the hallway outside of the cafeteria to maintain a safe distance from others. 

Collection of School Materials & Pick Up of Personal Items

  • Students will need to drop off any item that they borrowed from school in the cafeteria. 

  • Areas in the cafeteria will be designated for the following items:

    • Chromebooks

    • Textbooks

    • Band/orchestra instruments

    • Library books

    • Any other item you may have borrowed

  • The following items will be available for pick up in the cafeteria:

    • Medications

    • Art Projects (all art projects will be in the gym)

    • Class Projects (overflow in gym)

    • Spring Pictures

    • Yearbooks

Locker Cleanout 

  • Trash cans will be available in the hallways for students to throw away unwanted items in their lockers.

  • Please bring your own bags to carry personal items home. 

  • School materials in lockers (i.e. textbooks, library books, etc.) need to be taken to the cafeteria and dropped off in designated areas.

 

SCHEDULE FOR LOCKER CLEAN OUT/DROP OFF/PICK UP (12:00pm to 7:00pm each day)

Day:                                            Student Last Names:

Thursday, May 21st                   ABDI through DEJESUS

Friday, May 22nd                       DELASANCHA through HORN

Tuesday, May 26th                    HOTCHKISS through MOREFIELD

Wednesday, May 27th               MORENO through SLIFE

Thursday, May 28th                  SMITH through ZINK

 

THIS PLAN HAS ALSO BEEN SENT TO STUDENTS VIA THEIR SCHOOL GMAIL ACCOUNT AND TO PARENTS VIA FACEBOOK AND SCHOOL MESSENGER.





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