Mineral Point Schools shifts all students to virtual learning
MINERAL POINT, Wis. (WMTV) - Mineral Point School District is shifting all of their students to virtual learning starting Wednesday.
The School Board voted at their meeting on Monday to follow recommendations from the Iowa County Health Department to close the district and move students online.
Tuesday will serve as a prep day, so there will be no virtual or in-person learning. Students should not report to school. The district will fully move to remote learning Wednesday.
The district added that the earliest day they will return to a hybrid schedule would be Tuesday, Oct. 27.
The Board also voted to suspend regular season volleyball, cross country and boys soccer. They will be allowing postseason play. Football was also suspended for two weeks.
The student-athletes will be expected to be 100% virtual for 14 days after their last event.
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