Trojans News · March 19th Update


March 19  

Website for employees laid off because of the COVID-19 pandemic to expedite the claim process: http://www.odjfs.state.oh.us/forms/num/JFS00671/pdf/   You can sign up online. It is much faster than calling.

 

1834 is providing a drive through lunch for Centerburg Elementary Students on Saturday from 11:30 – 12:30. Sponsored by 1834, Hometown Market, Collins Country Greenhouse & Farm Market, Gordon Foods, Todd and Trish Smith, Heart of Ohio Firefighters.

 

Knox Community Hospital has issued guidance on hospital use, covid-19 symptoms and what to do if you think you are infected. Go to https://www.kch.org/ for more information.

 

211 – You can text or call 211 in Knox County to be connected to the Knox Crisis Action Line. This office is there to answer questions about organizations and connect you to needed help.

 

Please let us know if you requested meals for free/reduced lunch and did not receive them. We have begun delivering meals for free and reduced lunch students.

 

Buildings are closed. If you need something in the building you will need to contact the building office. They will try to get what you need and meet you at the door.

 

Lunches are provided for free/reduced students only. If your financial status changes please call the HS and they will connect you with the food service director to sign your children up for free lunches/breakfast. If you feel your eligible but never applied call the HS to be signed up.

 

Directions from the Governor’s Virus Task Force – If you have a fever, sore throat, signs of fatigue you need to contact your primary care doctor for guidance. There are not enough test kits in the state and they will need to order a test if warranted. If you think you may have the virus you need to isolate yourself, call any contacts you may have had in the past few days and let them know.

 

If you need help please call us at 740-625-6346. It doesn’t have to be school related nor do you have to have children in school. We have social workers who have contacts and can help. The school district is here to help our ENTIRE COMMUNITY during this time. We may not have a way to help but we won’t know until we try.   I can promise you we will put all our efforts into trying to help anyone.