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The Danbury Local School District  is seeking a dedicated and professional Secretary to the Superintendent, who will play a pivotal role in supporting the Superintendent and the central office while contributing to the effective operation of the district. This position is ideal for an individual who embodies our core values of leadership, accountability, kindness, excellence, relationship, and service.
See our website for details and application instructions:
Application deadline is April 22, 2024 and/or when position is filled.
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Posted Tuesday, April 9, 2024
NHS Blood Drive
Date - Friday, 3/15
Time - 8am - 1pm
Open to the public
Contact Holly Gast at [email protected] to register
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Posted Tuesday, March 12, 2024

Welcome Back-

Good evening Lakers! Can you believe we are ready to return to school?! We are over the top elated to begin another school year with you!

Just wanted to take a moment and highlight a few details:

Open House/Chromebook Mtg-

We are super excited to welcome our students to our open house on Thursday Sept. 1st from 5-7 pm. This is a perfect time to drop off your supplies, meet your teacher and visit your classroom. In addition;

A Mandatory Chromebook orientation meeting will take place during Open House in the district auditorium. Students in grades 4 and 5 will meet at 5 pm in the auditorium. Incoming 9th graders and any new students grades 6-12 will meet at 6:30pm. Attendance by the student and at least one parent will be required before you are able to receive your Chromebook this year.

While at open house if you are planning for your child to be a daily parent pick-up please stop by the elementary office to fill out the appropriate paperwork

First Day of School- Tuesday September 6th. Remember students in grades K-5th grade will begin their day at 8:30 and students in grades 6-12 will start at 7:30 each day.

First Day of Preschool- Monday, September 12th

Please be sure to check out our district website and social media sites for important dates and information for this upcoming school year.

COVID protocols for this year- Any student who tests positive will be required to remain at home for a minimum of 5 days. Day 1 of 5 is defined as the first day of symptoms (not on the day they test positive). Beginning on day 6, after isolation ends, students and staff should continue to take precautions as they resume normal activities by wearing a mask for 5 days (or after two negative tests 48 hours apart). We ask that parents notify our school nurse if a student has tested positive.

Finally, should you have concerns or questions, or if issues arise we ask that you reach out and stay in contact. We are looking forward to an amazing school year together!

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Posted Tuesday, August 30, 2022
Please view this important update from Mrs. Buehler regarding our COVID-19 protocols.  
Changes will go into effect on Monday, January 10th.  A print version of the new protocol is available here: 
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Posted Friday, December 17, 2021
Welcome back to another exciting and challenging new school year!!

I am writing to share an important update I have just received from the Ottawa County Health Department.  Health Commissioner Jerry Bingham has shared that they have noticed a higher number of positive cases in the 0-19 age group. Furthermore, Mr. Bingham has stated: " this Delta variant is much more infectious and is highly affecting the younger age population."

Please be advised that if your child was identified as a "close contact" of a student/staff member who tested positive for COVID-19, I will be personally calling you and giving you the appropriate information for your child's next steps regarding quarantining as well the appropriate information surrounding that. Should this occur during the school day, you will be asked to pick your child up from school.

According to the health department, if your child is a close contact with a positive case, you can AVOID quarantine if you meet one of these three conditions:
1-Your child was wearing a mask consistently throughout the day (covering nose and mouth)
2-Your child is fully vaccinated
3-Your child has tested positive for COVID-19 within the past three months and recovered.

Further information about quarantine that has changed:
Quarantine may be shortened to 7 days if your child takes a COVID test on day 5 or 6 of their quarantine period. If your child receives a negative test result, they can return to all activities after 7 days but must wear a mask and monitor symptoms for an additional 7 days. COVID test kits are free and available to you at any time through your child’s school. Please ask your school nurse if you are interested in one of these test kits.  School staff will NOT administer COVID tests to students, and permission from parents must be obtained before a test is done.

Below are links to information from the Ohio Department of Health that I will be utilizing specifically for each and every case:
Guidelines for Quarantine After Exposure in K-12 Classroom Settings 
K-12 classroom exposure quarantine flowchart 

We continue to be in constant contact with the Ottawa County Health Department through emails and zoom meetings and will continue to keep you updated on changes and recommendations that might need to be implemented. As always, if you have questions, please do not hesitate to reach out.

Thank you,

Joanne Simmons, RN
COVID Care Nurse
Danbury Local Schools
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Posted Friday, September 3, 2021
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