Crosby-Ironton Schools preparing for in-person return in New Year
By Paul Vold firstname.lastname@example.org (12/17/20)
(Crosby, MN) — Continuing education during the COVID-19 Pandemic has provided numerous hurdles and new avenues, Crosby-Ironton Schools is one of our area schools that has made those adjustments to keep students engaged in uncertain times.
Crosby-Ironton Superintendent Dr. Jamie Skjeveland laid out the re-entry plan for the District to return after the Remote Learning period ends in early 2021.
This plan to return students back to the classroom comes off the heels of a community effort to limit the spread of COVID-19 even after the Thanksgiving Holiday with Christmas and New Years around the corner.
But with the return on the horizon for Crosby-Ironton High School, there are still concerns of COVID-19 spreading.
Dr. Skjeveland also went on to talk about students and families staying with homeschooling for the rest of the year, why being in school is safer than distance learning, and keeping sanitation protocols pertinent for the Crosby-Ironton School District. Hear our full interview with Crosby-Ironton Superintendent Dr. Jamie Skjeveland here: