No Distance Learning Option this Fall for Minnesota Schools
Ada, MN — Last year in Minnesota, many schools bounced back and forth between in person, hybrid, and distance learning models while COVID-19 cases bounced back and forth. Students also had the option throughout the year to distance learn from home at any point during the year if they didn’t feel safe at school. Coming into this year, however, the state is not allowing for that this year. Ada-Borup-West Superintendent Aaron Cook says having to adjust coursework and lesson plans for students both in school and at home caused a lot of headaches for teachers.
One thing that is returning from last year is the Free Lunch Program. Despite not having to pay for meals this year, Superintendent Cook is asking ALL families, regardless of income, to please apply for the Free and Reduced Lunch program as it is tied to district funding.
More information regarding the upcoming school year at Ada-Borup-West is currently being sent out to families.