Big Sky School District

Members of Big Sky School District staff and the board of trustees socially distance during the recent school board meeting. PHOTO BY JANA BOUNDS

Big Sky School District update

The Big Sky School District (BSSD) board recently voted to extend the mask requirement in the school. The BSSD COVID-19 surveillance testing dashboard indicates a rise in cases from previous weeks. BSSD Superintendent Dr. Dustin Shipman said he does not have a theory on the origin of the cases.

The vaccination push

Sixty two doses of COVID-19 vaccine were delivered to Big Sky School District 72 faculty and staff. This came as a result of a March 17 vaccination clinic held in the Ophir Elementary School gym. The effort was a part of the federal allocation of vaccines earmarked for educators and school staff.

Photo by Jana Bounds

Strategic staggering

Big Sky School District #72 (BSSD) board of trustees made the strategic decision to stagger 100% in person learning at the regular meeting on Jan. 19. Now, K-5 students are in their third week of 100% in person learning and the current plan is for Ophir Middle School students to return completely to in person learning on Feb.

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