The Superior Express -

School leaders attempt to calm COVID-19 panic


October 15, 2020

The Superior Public School parking lots are nearly empty this week. Students are once again working virtually from home because of COVID-10. A Coronavirus advisory hangs on the main entrance at the senior high. It reads:"(Closed except for some areas) COVID 19 (Coronavirus) Advisory. All school grounds and facilities are closed 24 hours per days, seven days a week to unauthorized persons until further notice. Unauthorized entry or use is considered trespass. Excepted for this notice are: (contractors, delivery truck drivers, staff and invited guests) , on the condition that you maintain a minimum of six feet of social distance from other individuals an the district has not cleaned any outside surfaces or equipment and makes no representations as to the cleanliness or safety of any surface or equipment. Access is enter at your own risk. The district reserves the right to close all property at any point in time. Please contact Marty Kobza at 402-87903257, extension 127, with questions or for additional information regarding this notice.

With a sign posted on the front door warning "Enter at your own risk" members of the Superior Board of Education met Monday evening in the Superior High School library for the regular October meeting. All members of the board were present except for Peggy Meyer. All wore masks except for Matt Sullivan and Matt Bargen. Neither Bob Cook, nor Doug Hoins, principals, were present.

Amelia Benjamin and Donna Wilt addressed the board during public presentation period. Benjamin opposes the board's decision to stop virtual learning. She said she is working with several low income families with le...

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