The Rush City School District says that its high school students will be returning to in-person learning this coming week.
The district had 7th through 12th-grade students return in a hybrid model in January, and they plan for students to be back to in-person learning on Monday, February 8th.
Despite the change, Wednesdays will still serve as a distance learning day for students.
In his letter to parents, interim Superintendent Brett Stavig continues to ask for the community to continue to do their part to stop the spread of COVID-19.
"While we are excited to offer In-Person Learning to our entire district for the first time in 320 days, it is important to recognize that COVID-19 data continues to drive the learning models we can implement."