Fosston High School Moving To Distance Learning After Two Positive Covid Tests and Staff Shortage
By: Dawson Peterson firstname.lastname@example.org (11/9/20)
Fosston, MN — As of last Friday afternoon the Fosston School District was still in their same learning model with hybrid learning in the high school and full in person learning in the elementary. On Monday we learned that Fosston school district would now be following others in moving to distance learning after finding out about two positive covid tests, this according to Superintendent Sue Chase.
We have now seen other schools around the state and the United States for that matter move to distance learning and still hold extracurricular activities. A move that in the beginning seemed unprecedented is now welcomed by state the Minnesota Department of Education.
Superintendent Chase also wants high school families to know that there are a number of tutoring and help services available through the school if your child is struggling with distance learning. To get set up all you need to do is contact the high school office.