April 16, 2020

Dear Argyle School District Families,

Please see Governor Evers’ Safer at Home order HERE.

Governor Evers has extended the Safer at Home order until 8:00 a.m., Tuesday, May 26, 2020, or until a superseding order is issued.

As a result of this extension, the Argyle School District building and outside areas will remain closed for the remainder of the school year. We will continue to provide instruction through virtual learning until May 28. Our dedicated staff will continue with their outstanding work to provide instruction.

We are trying to stay in touch with all of our students and your assistance is needed for this to occur. If you have updates with your phone number, email address, etc. please make changes in Skyward or call the office. We have students that are not responding to staff as they reach out to check on student well-being. It is important to continue to keep in touch with students as social connections through school are important to student mental health.

Meals will continue to be delivered on Monday and Thursday. If you would like to be added to our deliveries please let us know.

With the change in Governor Evers’ order, all activities have been cancelled for this school year.

I received communication from U.S. Cellular and delivery of hotspots for students that do not have internet access should occur early next week. A survey was distributed in March and families that indicated they had limited or no internet access will be contacted when we receive the units. If you did not indicate the need on that survey, or something has changed since that time, and a hotspot is needed, please let us know.

We understand this is a difficult situation, but please understand the safety of our students and staff is our top priority. We appreciate your hard work, patience, and cooperation during the past weeks as we work to provide instruction to students. It is our hope that you will continue to assist us in these learning opportunities as we complete the school year.

If you have questions please let me know. Thank you.


Sincerely,

Mr. Mike Beranek, Argyle Superintendent


With strong community support, the mission of the Argyle School District is to provide a safe, stimulating and supporting learning environment to inspire students and encourage personal growth while challenging abilities and accommodating individual learning styles. Provide resources and learning opportunities to achieve and maintain high academic standards. Graduate confident, well-rounded students who can realize their aspirations as well as become creative, contributing citizens.

Vision: Argyle students graduate prepared for life's challenges and opportunities.