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Virtual learning extended at Kewaunee High School

Kewaunee School District officials decided Wednesday that while the grade and middle school students can return to their building beginning on Monday, the big kids will have to stay at home. High school principal Mike Bennett says the decision was made due to a number of active cases within its student population. The earliest they could return is November 2nd. Students at the grade and middle school will get to come back but at two-thirds capacity. That will keep kids rotating between in-person and virtual learning on a three-week cycle. Bennett says that will be the model the high school will follow if and when students are able to come back with some minor changes.

Bennett says they have a relocation plan for some of the classes so they can go to a bigger space in order to safely social distance. Kewaunee School District has been in virtual learning since September 21st.

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