Flagler Schools Responds to Safer at Home Order

Flagler Schools Responds to Safer at Home Order
Posted on 04/01/2020

Flagler Schools Superintendent James Tager is in receipt of Governor DeSantis’s Executive Order 20-91, which is set to take effect April 3, 2020.


“The move we made last Friday, instructing all Flagler Schools employees to work from home and to remain on-call on an as-needed basis during their working hours was done to limit the possible exposure of our employees to the novel coronavirus and COVID-19. The governor’s order makes one change in what we’ve done. Employees 65 years of age and older, and those with significant underlying medical conditions will now stay at home,” Superintendent Tager says. 


Our campuses continue to be closed to the general public through May 1st. Only essential employees are reporting to our facilities while the vast majority of our employees will continue to work remotely. 


Flagler Schools continues to offer meal services at four campuses, as well as a number of off-campus sites around Flagler County. Our Food and Nutritional employees continue to maintain proper social distancing and personal hygiene protocols while they prepare and deliver these meals.


Superintendent Tager continues to stress the public safety measures put forth by our public health professionals. “Stay at home unless absolutely necessary, wash your hands regularly, don’t touch your face, cover your mouth with a tissue or your sleeve when you cough, and clean and disinfect high touch surfaces often. We all must take these steps and obey orders as the one Governor DeSantis just issued to stop the spread of this virus.”


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