Yukon Schools’ return plan set

First nine weeks of school, classes will be virtual learning


From Staff Reports

Yukon Schools Superintendent Dr. Jason Simeroth has announced the district will have virtual classes for the first nine weeks.

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the district, and positive cases have been reported with staff and students, Simeroth said.

The district will provide devices for students for virtual learning. The first day of school for fall is Thursday, Aug. 20.

“Rest assured that the district is closely monitoring several sources of information and will not permit a return to the traditional pathway until it is deemed safe for students and staff,” a statement on the district’s website reads.

A special school board meeting by Zoom was scheduled for Tuesday night.


Simeroth said the district has had students and staff report positive cases and exposures.

The administration office had to be closed in the last month, he said.

A continuous learning plan will be followed, the district reports.

For more information about the continuous learning plan, timeline and other services visit the district’s website at yukonps.com/district/return.

Cases of COVID-19 are being monitored by district officials.Anyone who tests positive to COVID-19, or anyone who has been exposed should report the case to c19@yukonps.com, according to a district news release.