Houghton HS students moving to virtual instruction for remainder of week
The principal says there are not enough teachers to cover staff who are currently unable to teach.
HOUGHTON, Mich. (WLUC) - Houghton students grades 9-12 will be moving to solely virtual instruction Wednesday through Friday.
In a letter addressed to parents and students Tuesday, Houghton High School Principal Cole Klein said that the decision was made because there are not enough teachers to cover staff who are currently unable to teach.
Students will still be able to attend CTE courses, according to the letter, and varsity volleyball and football will run practices and games as scheduled.
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