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External links Category:1933 births Category:Living people Category:20th-century Italian sculptors Category:Italian male sculptorsST. PETERSBURG — School closures will be used to combat the spread of the Wuhan virus, but New Tampa School Superintendent Mark Stevenson said, "there is no plan to close any school within the district." The district has identified a handful of possible school closures in the event that the virus spreads to St. Petersburg. “For this reason, we will continue to closely monitor our situation,” Stevenson said, adding that the district would move forward with the "precautionary and mitigation plans that we already have in place." The school board is scheduled to meet Thursday. Members of the district's health committee and a deputy superintendent have been working in concert with state and local health officials and academic leaders in developing a plan for should the virus become more widespread. “We have a plan in place should there be a need to close schools,” said Dr. Mario Mejia, the district's deputy superintendent of school services. “Our plan is ready to go should the need arise.” The health committee consists of the assistant superintendent of health services, the assistant superintendent of human resources, the assistant superintendent of learning and academic support, the superintendent of schools, the director of human resources and the director of communication. The district's plan is to close schools by Jan. 28 and reopen on Jan. 29. A news conference is scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday, where the district plans to inform parents about the decisions. "We’re going to be calling parents to let them know," said Mejia. Parents will be notified via the district's home page and phone calls. District officials will also direct students to school calendars. “We’ll also have a communication plan on what is happening, what’s going to happen and what we are doing to prepare,” Mejia said. Tampa Bay remains on alert for the virus. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Wednesday that he is closing all non-essential businesses and issuing an executive order placing a moratorium on all gatherings of 250 people or more. Stevenson said the district also would take that action. The district is in close contact with administrators and board members at the district









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