- On March 1st, K-12 in-person students will move to five days a week.
- Our EECC pre-school students will remain on their current schedules for the remainder of the school year.
We will do our best to keep in-person students on the five days a week schedule for the rest of the school year if the COVID situation continues to improve in our community.
As always, be prepared with a plan in the event that the COVID situation would cause a change in our school schedule.
The All-Virtual Academy will continue with their current schedule.
Why is RBB choosing to move up our timeline of bringing in-person students back to school on a full-time status?
RBB’s goal has always been to have students in school as much as possible in the safest way possible. Monroe County’s COVID data and the number of positive cases in the Edgewood Schools continue to trend down.
Last Wednesday, the Indiana Department of Health announced important changes that will reduce the number of students who would be considered close contacts and changes to the length of the quarantine period. The details on how these changes will look in RBBCSC will be emailed to you by Friday.
Monroe County COVID-19 Data
Monroe County’s COVID data and the number of positive cases in the Edgewood Schools continue to trend down.
School COVID-19 Data
We will continue to monitor the data on the Indiana State Health Department’s Dashboard, work with the Monroe County Health Department, communicate with other school corporations, continue deep cleaning, and stay diligent in implementing important safety measures.