Hill City Schools Superintendent Pat Rendle COVID-19 update
By Paul Vold email@example.com (12/21/20)
(Hill City, MN) — In continuing conversations with our area school districts on their return plans for the start of 2021, we had the chance to speak with Hill City Schools Superintendent Pat Rendle as the District has been keeping their students in-person learning compared to fellow Aitkin County schools.
Superintendent Rendle says the District has made adjustments with families choosing the distance learning or those who have tested positive for COVID-19, but has held steadfast to their current model.
Rendle also voiced his displeasure on the situation of “blanket guidelines” that have more of a focus on Twin Cities schools.
As for the impact of distance learning from Rendle’s point of view from afar.
Superintendent Rendle and the Hill City School District are prepared for any further adjustments to start 2021.
You can hear our full conversation with Hill City Superintendent Pat Rendle here: