John F. Kennedy once said, “when written in Chinese, the word ‘crisis’ is composed of two characters - one represents danger, and the other represents opportunity.” It has long since been debated whether or not this claim by President Kennedy is true. I personally couldn't care less. The metaphor stands.
Here's a running list of cancellations, modifications and closings as they relate to Oswego High School, as a result of COVID-19 concerns.
In a precautionary measure against COVID-19, an email sent to both students and parents Friday afternoon stated that Oswego School District 308 students will not be in attendance March 16-20. Spring break will still be observed March 23-27.
Due to all of these various health problems involving my lungs and my body’s non-existent ability to fight infection, the “self-isolating” that everyone has talked and joked about is something that’s very real for me.
In an email that went out to Oswego School District 308 staff members this afternoon, it was announced that Ignite 308, a professional development day for staff members across the district held at Oswego High School on Tuesday, March 17, has been canceled, and that the day will be used by teachers to develop activities for students that could be done in the event of school closures as a result of COVID-19 concerns.