At their January 11th meeting, the Haverhill Cooperative School Board voted to open Woodsville High School four days per week for face-to-face instruction for all students, with a fifth day being a day of remote instruction. Beginning on January 25th, all students will be in school for face-to-face instruction on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and will have a remote learning day on Wednesdays. All safety protocols will continue to be enforced including mask wearing, hand washing, and social distancing of at least three feet (usually more). DHHS recommendations state six feet is best but at least three feet is recommended.
We believe that this is to the benefit of our students’ educational programming, however parents not wanting their student to participate in face-to-face instruction in this configuration will need to enroll them in the VLACS program or withdraw them to home school. Please notify the school as soon as possible should you wish for your student’s attendance status to change. Any questions can be directed to Mr. Chase through the main office at 747-2781 or email@example.com. Thank You.