Reassuring employees that they will be paid, Gov. Scott has ordered the closure of all Vermont public schools K-12.
The directive will last until April 6, according to a statement from the governor’s office, but could be extended for a longer period. It applies to both public and private schools. Scott’s directive tasks local districts with planning to continue to offer food and special needs services, provide options for childcare for health workers and other essential workers, and ensure children continue to be educated during the shutdown. Students are not required to attend school on Monday or Tuesday if districts elect to stay open during the first part of the week. Teachers and staff, however, must report to work to help with the orderly rollout of the cancellation of classes."
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