Ada-Borup Elementary Begins Temporary Distance Learning Period; High School Adds Distance Learning Day
By Mark Askelson firstname.lastname@example.org (11/4/20)
Ada, MN — The Ada-Borup Elementary has went into temporary distance learning and their High School has now incorporated a distance learning day into their school week. The elementary made the announcement on Monday afternoon and began their roughly two-week distance learning on Wednesday of this week. Ada-Borup Elementary Principal Bree Triplett says COVID-19 staffing constraints pushed them to making the short-term learning model switch.
Principal Triplett reminds parents that there is a food pickup option available for families, but they need to contact the school each day to get signed up.
The five pickup locations for the meal program include the Ada-Borup School, St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Ada, Borup Fire Hall, Halstad Living Center, and Immanuel Lutheran Church in Hendrum.
The Ada-Borup High School will continue with their Hybrid Learning model; however, High School Principal Josh Carlson says they are adding a distance learning day each Wednesday for all students.
If you have questions regarding the learning models, please contact the Ada-Borup School.