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Proctor moves to distance learning for all students

Proctor is going all distance learning because of the rise in COVID. Proctor is going all distance learning because of the rise in COVID. |  Photo: WDIO

Created: November 12, 2020 11:49 AM

Another school district in the Twin Ports area is moving their students to distance learning only. Proctor sent out the notification on Thursday morning.

Starting on Monday, the 16th, all students will be in the distance model. They plan on keeping it this way through January 4th.

District leaders cite an alarming infection rate. Superintendent John Engelking said in a letter, "Throughout this week, we held several meetings to discuss the safety of our staff and students.  We have consulted with St. Louis County Public Health, the Rails Safe Advisory Committee, and the Minnesota Department of Health. They have recommended staying in Distance Learning through the Winter Break."

Duluth announced on Tuesday they would be doing distance-learning only through December 13th. 

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