Cedarburg School District to go virtual amid ongoing pandemic
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) --- Cedarburg School District will be transitioning to virtual learning as coronavirus cases surge in the community.
Starting Friday, Nov. 20 all classes will be virtual until Dec. 7. The district says the need to go remote exists and beginning on Nov. 20, will allow parents time to adjust.
"Every effort has been made to keep our schools operating, but the prevalence of the virus in the community is contributing to more staff and student isolations and quarantines than the system can handle," Superintendent Todd Bugnacki said in a letter to the district school families Friday, Nov. 13. "Co position the district to continue offering future in person instruction, we need to pivot to remote instruction for a short period of time."
The calendar is as follows:
- Nov. 16-19: In-person instruction, staff and student preparation for remote learning
- Nov. 20: Remote learning begins
- Nov. 23-24: Remote learning
- Nov. 25-27: Thanksgiving break
- Nov. 30-Dec. 4: Remote Learning
- Dec. 7: Resume in-person instruction (based on staffing and virus prevalence)
Read the full letter here:
Here is the decision-making framework. It was last updated Thursday, Nov. 12.