Revised Plan for FMRSD

Five Towns, One Vision.

To: ​Fall Mountain Families, Staff and Community

From: ​Lori Landry, Superintendent

Date: ​January 11, 2021

Re:​ FMRSD Update  

On November 18, the School Board voted to approve moving to a fully remote learning environment through January 15 using the Decision Making Matrix from the NH Department of Health and Human Services.  This matrix takes into consideration the level of community of transmission against the level of school impact and provides guidance to determine which learning model should be implemented. 

Tonight, the School Board met and discussed the continuing rise in transmission rates of COVID-19 within our counties and communities.  After discussion and public input, the School Board voted to continue with the remote model of instruction through February 1 and to reassess the situation at the end of January.       

We will continue to monitor transmission rates and the level of school impact daily and communicate information as necessary.  

Additional Resources

New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services COVID-19 Dashboard

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Considerations for Transitioning Between School Instructional Models Based on Level of Community COVID-19 Transmission and Impact on Local Schools (September 1, 2020)



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