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Due to safety issues and concerns associated with Covid-19 and restrictions relating to the number of tickets that can be sold to watch a winter sports contest, the members of the Hall of Fame Committee have decided that we will not be selecting any new members for induction for 2021. We hope to begin adding members to our Hall of Fame again in the fall/winter of 2021.  We appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding during this global pandemic.

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Posted Monday, December 7, 2020
Danbury will begin holding summer sports practices on June 8th in compliance with Ohio's Responsible Restart plan. Athletes involved in 2020-21 teams have been contacted by their coaches with instructions regarding their team's plans. Please review the attached guidance for details on how we will keep our students safe as we work towards a return to normal activities in the future.
We will begin our operations in Phase 1 of the attached plan. Keith Mora (Athletic Director) and Cari Buehler (Superindentent), in consultation with state and local health and athletic officials, will announce as we progress through the phases of the plan.
Go Lakers!
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Posted Friday, June 5, 2020

As you may already be aware, Governor Mike DeWine announced an extended closure of public schools in Ohio this afternoon.

Danbury Schools will be closed beginning Tuesday March 17th for 3 weeks.

The district is awaiting further clarification from the Ohio Department of Education regarding the specific details of the school closure mandate.

Based on Governor DeWine's executive order pertaining to mass gatherings, our Cabaret performances are cancelled. Other event cancellations will be shared out.

We will communicate out additional information when it becomes available.

Thank you for your continued patience during this time.

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Posted Thursday, March 12, 2020

With the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continuing to be on people's minds, I want to provide this update.

Gov DeWine shared yesterday that Health experts have recommended not closing K-12 schools in Ohio at this time, DeWine said. But he added that school teachers, staff and parents should prepare for the possibility of that happening in the future.

Any decision on closure of schools in response to the Coronavirus would be made in consultation with the Ottawa County Health Department, Ohio Department of Health, and other health officials. (These preparatory conversations are currently occurring)

In preparation for the possibility of an extended closure, we have begun to review and bolster our plans for continuing education for our students and will communicate that with you as soon as we shore up the many details.

In regards to any absences whether due to illness or out of caution will need a doctor's excuse or will count as unexcused. HB 410 rules still apply until / unless we hear otherwise.

As a reminder we continue to proactively disinfect our buildings as a precautionary measure.

As your superintendent I can assure you that I am in constant conversation with ODE, Ottawa County Health Department, area superintendents etc. Much of the necessary protocols/guidance documents for k-12 education are still being put together to be shared out by these important agencies. I'm looking to follow their recommendations as it pertains to our next steps.

Thank you for being patient and vigilant in our planning processes. Should you have questions please let me know!

-Superintendent Cari Buehler 

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Posted Wednesday, March 11, 2020
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