School Superintendent Discusses COVID-19

Dr. Michelle Robinson, Elko County Superintendent, discussed safety protocol and urged community members to continue health measures as COVID-19 numbers spike in Elko County. In addition to getting students and teachers back in classrooms, the district is preparing for budget cuts as the state deals with the economic crisis wrought by coronavirus closures. The district is also looking to fill vacancies in the district as experienced staff and faculty resigned over health concerns.

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