Principal Short makes many decisions as the high school copes with COVID-19
Amid the current COVID-19 situation, there are many questions and concerns about what will happen in the coming future. While most are widely unknown, Michael Short, the principal of Perrysburg High School answered questions about the end of the ‘19-’20 school year and the upcoming ‘20-’21 year.
Though school will most certainly look different for the upcoming academic year there is still the end of the year activities that will happen in a modified way. Graduation has been modified. Spring athletes still have the potential for a varsity letter. Summer school programs will be modified but there is no certainty of what will come with that.
Short said one of the most difficult decisions he has worked on is moving to a pass/fail grading scale for 4th quarter.
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