With restrictions slowly being lifted by the state, some local businesses have been able to open for the first time in more than a month while others that were open, but limited, have been able to expand their services closer to normal.
Brooklin Bain Valedictorian
To say that this year has been unprecedented and historic would be an understatement. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused disruption at every level of our society. The Class of 2020 has, no doubt, experienced a disappointment unlike any other class. At a time that should be full of parties, plans, and projects, this Senior class has had to deal with online school, cancellations, and social limitations. We, at Comanche Public Schools, have been saddened by all that has been taken away from this class. Nevertheless, we have been determined to provide something in recognition of a class that has given so much for our school. The numerous honors, awards, and achievements of this group of students requires something more than a mailed diploma.
If the Fellowship of Christian Athletes is near to the heart of Jack Francis, it’s because his students are, too.
Comanche superintendent Julie Bills released the following statement this week to show appreciation for her staff and to let parents know there is still time to sign up for the summer meal program.