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Holton Elementary School going to remote learning
10/12/2020

(KNZA )-Holton Elementary School is moving to remote learning this week due COVID-19 related staffing issues.

Superintendent Bob Davies said teachers and other staff are not able to remain at school due to quarantining because of close contacts with infected persons. In addition, he says their substitute teacher pool is not as big this year, so covering classes has been near impossible.

Davies said they hope to return to in-person learning at the elementary school on Monday, October 19.

Holton Middle School and High School classes will remain in session. However, Davies said any middle school or high school students who are needed by parents will be allowed to go remote this week with no barriers.

Also preschool will remain in session as they are in their own building.


 


 

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