The Teton County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees is holding an emergency meeting at 5 p.m. to discuss the district's ongoing planning in the face of the coronavirus outbreak.
Not much is on the agenda, except for a report from Superintendent Gillian Chapman on the status of the district's response to the coronavirus. Chapman will explain what measures the district is taking to disinfect school facilities and buses.
She will also talk about remote education plans, something that will be of interest to parents should school remain closed after spring break.
Because social distancing recommendations are still in effect, the physical meeting is not open to the public, but the district is offering a livestream so community members can watch.
Go to TCSD.org to find the meeting agenda and public comment sent to the board of trustees.