Hurley schools provides update on coronavirus plans
March 16, 2020
HURLEY — Hurley Superintendent Kevin Genisot provided an update on the district’s response to the coronavirus pandemic Sunday, laying out its priorities in the coming days.
Genisot wrote the district would be announcing updates in the near future on its top two priorities — providing meals to any students that need them and continuing to teach while classes are cancelled.
On Friday, district officials announced they were suspending classes through April 13 due to concerns over the pandemic. Later that day, Gov. Tony Evers ordered schools around the state to close no later than Wednesd...