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This week we look at the Asset category of Boundaries and Expectations. I’ve heard from a great deal of you this week about how you enjoyed making the connection not just to youth, but to the office, co-workers or the community in general.
So this week, we’ll talk about Boundaries and Expectations and how they relate to the flu. The last week and a half have been a great trial run for us. Oh, once we pass the hump, please don’t get too comfy that our time with the flu is done.
This week was a great learning experience about not only our expectations of the school district, but of the expectations of people for their own preparedness for the impending epidemic.
Emergency Manager Phil Taylor and Public Health Nurse Megan Pfeffer have been banging the drum for years and this past week we tested the system.
There were many people wondering when we would close the schools with so many absences, but the truth is the large numbers were mainly at the middle school. Guess what, part of that reason is because the numbers at the middle school triple or quadruple compared to the elementary schools.
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