Ada-Borup High School to Switch to Hybrid Learning Model
By Mark Askelson firstname.lastname@example.org (10/13/20)
Ada. MN — During their regular monthly board meeting, the Ada-Borup School Board approved a switch from full, in-person learning to a hybrid model for all middle and high school students in grades 7-12 beginning after the MEA break on October 19th. 6th grade students will continue to follow their in-person learning model.
According to a letter sent out to Ada-Borup families, students will be split into two groups, a Red group and Gray group to determine which days they be in school and which days they will be at home. Under that hybrid model, the groups will alternate in-person and at home learning on a weekly basis.
Elementary students will continue their same in-person education as well.
The bi-weekly case rate per 10,000 residents has recently increased to 12.2 and is expected to increase in the coming weeks.
You can read the letter to families from Ada-Borup Superintendent Aaron Cook here.