Tuesday, November 10, 2020

We are closely monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 transmission rates.

West-MEC is dedicated to preventing the spread of the virus through multiple mitigation strategies such as wearing masks, social distancing, and frequent cleaning schedules.

Additionally, our smaller class sizes and large learning/lab spaces have kept our positive COVID-19 cases low. At this time, we have had 5 staff members and 10 students test positive for COVID-19.

We will remain open for in-person instruction until all three Maricopa County Health benchmarks have met the threshold or we are directed to close by the Governor, West-MEC Governing Board, or Maricopa County Health Department. We are closely monitoring the situation and will react accordingly as directed.

West-MEC continues to follow the Maricopa County Health recommendations. As West-MEC serves 12 high school communities (comprising 48 comprehensive high schools) in addition to charter and private schools – we follow the overall Maricopa County Health COVID-19 guidelines.

We ask you, our greater West-MEC community, to continue to follow all safety precautions, especially during the holiday season, to assist in curtailing the spread of COVID-19.

Sincerely,

Greg Donovan

West-MEC Superintendent

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