Plummer-Worley School District Informs Parents They will Keep Students In-Person Learning as Long as They Can.
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Plummer-Worley School District Informs Parents They will Keep Students In-Person Learning as Long as They Can.

Plummer-Worley School District

PLUMMER - The Plummer-Worley Joint School District released information to parents about the recent spikes in COVID cases via Facebook Tuesday night, telling parents they will continue in-person learning as long as they can. 

"Hello Lakeside Families:

As you know, our community is experiencing a surge in COVID cases, and we’ve had some questions from parents regarding the situation at school. At this point, we have several staff and students who have tested positive and more students who have been identified as close contacts. We are working with Marimn to closely monitor what is going on within the school environment and will continue to follow CDC COVID-19 guidelines.

Parents have asked if we plan to move to remote learning. The answer is this: We will continue to watch and monitor what is going on within our schools very closely. If we have to go to remote learning, we are prepared to do so. However, we know that remote learning isn’t what’s best for most students so we will continue in-person learning as long as we are able to do so.

We know that you are very concerned about the health of your children and community. Rest assured we also prioritize the safety of our students and will continue to do so". 

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