Central Valley School to Begin 10 Day Distance Learning Period
By Brady Siebels email@example.com (10/28/20)
Buxton, ND — Buxton, ND — The Central Valley School District announced Wednesday that beginning Friday October 30th the school will transition into a distance learning model for the following 10 days. Superintendent Jeremy Brandt said due to an uptick in positive COVID-19 cases among students and staff the decision was made to take learning online to prevent a possible outbreak at the school.
Unlike the spring where classes would meet twice a week, Brandt says that classes will follow the normal bell schedule and will meet every day.
Brandt says the school will continue to monitor cases among teachers and students, and while the plan and hope is to resume in person learning on Monday November 9th, that could be pushed back.
Even while the school is distance learning Hillsboro-Central Valley Burro athletic practices and events, as well as the School Play on Monday November 2nd will continue as scheduled.
If parents would like to have lunches provided during distance learning contact the School Office by 8:30 am Friday morning.