Fosston High School to Move Back to Full in Person Learning
By: Dawson Peterson firstname.lastname@example.org (1/15/21)
Fosston, MN — The Fosston High School has been in hybrid learning for some time now, but Fosston School Superintendent Sue Chase is excited to announce that they will be moving the High School back to full in person learning beginning on January 25th.
If you are a family that is still uncomfortable with full in person learning or would like to switch to distance learning, Superintendent Chase says that is just fine, and you can still go with that option.
All students, in both the elementary and high school will still follow the flex Friday model. Meaning that all students will learn from home on Fridays. Superintendent Chase admits that teachers in the district are stressed and this extra time on Fridays to prepare will hopefully alleviate some of that stress.
Superintendent Chase urges the community to continue to do their part in keeping kids in school by wearing masks and practicing social distancing. Because we all know that the best way kids learn, is when they are in person.