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Holton USD 336 to move to remote learning after holiday
11/22/2020

(KNZA)--Kindergarten through 12th grade students in Holton schools will move to remote learning after the Thanksgiving holiday break from November 30 to December 4th.

USD 336 Superintendent Bob Davies made the announcement Friday.

In making the announcement, Davies said predictions for after Thanksgiving concerning the coronavirus are not looking good, and they want to give families extra time to prepare for the switch to remote learning.

Some students identified as most needing will still receive in-class instruction and pre-school will also continue with in-class instruction.

Davies said each school will be providing a drive by breakfast/lunch each day for students at home.
 
Meanwhile, Royal Valley USD 377 has announced that middle school and high school students will be learning remotely November 23 through December 4.  Royal Valley Elementary School will continue with in-person learning.

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