Duluth school leaders say they plan to bring elementary kids back for hybrid learning in mid to late January.
Duluth schools have notified parents that they are extending distance learning for all students through January 21st.
To help families who are distance or hybrid learning, Duluth schools have an agreement with St. Scholastica for tutoring services. Saints from a variety of majors will be helping the younger learners.
Starting on Monday, Hibbing schools are doing a two-week reset. That means all students will learn from home, and all activities and sports are cancelled until December 1st.
Due to the rise in cases and an alarming infection rate, Proctor Schools are moving all of their students to distance learning only through the end of the year.
The Duluth Public School district has announced plans to shift to distance learning for elementary students and pause athletics starting next week as new cases of coronavirus continue to rise in the community. The changes will be in effect through at least Dec. 13.
$1.8 million in CARES Act funding has gone out to schools in St. Louis County to help them pay for costs related to the pandemic.
On Friday, Duluth schools announced they would continue the current learning models through the end of December. Secondary and middle are distance only, and elementary is in hybrid.
The Duluth East theater program pushed up their performances of The Drowning Girls to Wednesday night, and you can enjoy the spooky show, drive-in style!
A $150,000 grant is going to help community leaders keep students and families more connected during this pandemic.