Engadine High School starts virtual classes for students
ENGADINE, Mich. (WLUC) - Engadine Consolidated Schools will start virtual at-home instruction for all 9th through 12th-grade students on Wednesday.
The school board voted Tuesday night to immediately move to virtual classes due to the rise of covid-19 in the high school.
According to the Engadine Schools Facebook page, students were sent home with a computer and learning instructions on Tuesday.
All sporting activities have been suspended as well.
The changes will be in effect until October 4th.
This does not impact kindergarten through 8th-grade students.
Masking continues to be optional for them but the district encourages students, staff, and visitors to mask up.
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