Superior students heading back to class on Aug. 4

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  The Superior Unified School District (SUSD) has adopted a four-day school week for the  2021/2022 Academic Year which begins on Wednesday, Aug 4. 

  John F. Kennedy Elementary students will begin their school day at 8 a.m. which will end at 2:30 p.m. Superior Junior-Senior High School students will begin school at 8:20 a.m. and end their day at 3:18 p.m. All start and end times will remain the same for all days, and all four days will be in-person learning.
 Though mask wearing will be optional, the schools encourage anyone who has not been vaccinated to wear one. Some of the previous protocols will be in place for the sake of safety. Do not send your sick children to school because sick students will be sent home. Social-distancing will be maintained as best as possible and cleaning supplies, including hand sanitizer, will be in each classroom. SUSD also will limit the number of visitors on campus.

  Meet the Teacher Night will either be held on Thursday, July 29, or Tuesday, August 3, depending on when the District-wide flooring project is completed.

  A calendar can be found on the SUSD website located online at www.superiorusd.org. You can also fill out Student Registration Packets online. Parents/guardians can call the SJSHS Office for school information or the District Office to contact JFK Elementary. You may also send emails to info@superiorusd.org.

  Have a great and safe year, students!

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