MARSHALL — Marshall Public Colleges introduced Monday that it’ll swap to distance studying for the following two weeks. MPS Superintendent Jeremy Williams mentioned the varsity district is confronted with a rising variety of workers and college students both testing constructive for COVID-19 or having to quarantine.
“County numbers proceed to rise at a gentle price. Within the college group we’ve additionally seen a rise within the variety of workers and college students testing constructive together with an elevated variety of individuals being requested to quarantine on account of shut contact,” Williams mentioned.
MPS mentioned there will probably be no lessons on Wednesday or Thursday, to permit college workers to organize for the swap to distance studying. Distance studying lessons will begin Friday, and run via Friday, Nov. 27. Whereas the district is in distance studying, MPS is asking that college students or workers who check constructive for COVID-19 be reported to the varsity nurse for monitoring functions.
Whereas the district is in distance studying, little one care will nonetheless be provided to households of important staff, and households can nonetheless take part within the free lunch program. Meals could be picked up at Park Facet, West Facet, Marshall Center College or Marshall Excessive College between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Whether or not or not MPS returns to a hybrid studying mannequin on Nov. 30 will rely partly on county and college COVID-19 numbers, Williams mentioned.
“We’re grateful that we had been in a position to make it via first quarter earlier than transferring on this course,” Williams mentioned. “Proper now, we actually want the assistance of the group in not attending giant group gatherings and by additionally taking elevated security precautions so college students can return to highschool within the hybrid mannequin.”
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