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Monday, March 30, 2020
  • Schools shifting to 3-day plan for service
    Rural food delivery split into two days; in-town pick-up is Friday.
  • Rural food delivery rolls out
    Jay Schools dropped off food to more than 600 students Wednesday.
  • Fort Recovery Middle School has announced its Honor Roll for the third nine weeks.
  • Gulley commits to key events
    Jay School Corporation is committed to holding a prom and graduation ceremony, eventually.
  • East Jay names Honor Roll
    The Honor Roll for the third nine weeks at East Jay Middle School has been announced
  • Closed til May 1
    JC to continue e-learning, waivers
  • The following students made the Honor Roll at West Jay Middle School for the 3rd nine-week grading period
  • Like clockwork
    Gulley offers praise after 551 meals served; lays out next steps, including live stream Friday.
  • JC adds evening pick-up window
    Local schools are continuing to provide more resources to help families during the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Brown has his focus on flexibility
    Fort Recovery superintendent praises staff, adds that communication will be key
  • Learning continues
    “Our teachers are teaching. Our kids are learning,” Jay Schools superintendent Jeremy Gulley told school board members Monday.
  • Closing and preparing
    Fort Recovery schools will be closed beginning Tuesday. Jay School Corporation has released an “initial concept” of how it would handle a potential long-term closure. After-school activities, field trips and extracurriculars have also been suspended for 30 days.
  • All in for state
    Jay County will take three high school teams and three middle school teams to Indianapolis on Saturday for the Indiana VEX Robotics State Championship at Lucas Oil Stadium.
  • Jay gets B grade
    Jay School Corporation was rated above average by Indiana Department of Education in its annual school accountability report for the 2018-19 school year, the same grade it has received every year since 2015. The report was released in full Wednesday.
  • Making progress
    Construction work at JCHS building is on track for consolidation as junior-senior high in the fall.

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The Commercial Review, Jay County's Daily Newspaper
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