CLAY COUNTY, Fla. — Interim Superintendent of the Clay County School district, David Broskie, gave an update to county stakeholders in his first meeting as Interim Superintendent.
Among the topics discussed were his goals, school visits and coronavirus.
#NEW: Newly appointed interim superintendent of @oneclayschools, David Broskie, just wrapped up his first update to stakeholders in the new role.— Ryan Nelson (@RyanANJax) March 6, 2020
He gave update on what’s being done in district to prevent possible spread of #COVID19. @ActionNewsJax @WOKVNews pic.twitter.com/weKZ7K2QvL
Coronavirus preparations in Clay District Schools includes:
- Increased cleaning by custodial staff
- Normal student attendance policies in effect
- School-sponsored or district-sponsored travel to areas deemed to be high-risk by the CDC will be canceled
- District Coordinator of Nursing Services is continually updating Health Room Nurses daily on any changes
- District will take direction from Health Department should there be a confirmed case of coronavirus in county
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