Parents who want to send their students back to in-person learning must add their names to the waitlist. Return availability based on school safety guidelines.
Hammond students returned to classrooms for the first time in more than a year Tuesday. Greeted by administrators, principals and teachers, students also were met with a new learning environment created for a pandemic world — one where face masks are required, hand sanitation stations line the hallways, classrooms are arranged to meet social distancing guidelines and shields surround desks.
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Last Thursday in Indianapolis, Superintendent Miller spoke out against HB 1008. The bill would divert millions of public school dollars to private schools. Miller urged lawmakers to "realign priorities to support schools that accept everyone and to support families and kids who we know have the greatest need."
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