Duluth schools to continue learning models through December

Updated: October 30, 2020 05:57 PM

Duluth schools are going to continue the current learning models through the end of December.

In an update sent to parents on Friday afternoon, Superintendent John Magas said this is due to a rise in local, state, and national rates of COVID-19.

Right now, elementary students in are in the hybrid model. Secondary and middle are doing distance learning.

Magas added, "We are working with our secondary principals and schools so that we would be prepared for more in-person learning if county and local COVID numbers drop and stay low over time."

At this time, Duluth Public Schools will be continuing targeted supports for students at the secondary level as well as athletics and activities. 

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