Following an additional review of COVID-19 cases and contact tracing within Adams Elementary, it has been determined that Adams Elementary students will transition to a remote learning model for two weeks. In-person learning is expected to resume on Nov. 23.
“As much as we hoped to avoid this scenario, we knew it was possible and have prepared for it,” USD 470 Superintendent Dr. Ron Ballard said. “We hope to provide a successful learning experience for students even as we are apart.”
Students have tomorrow, Nov. 9, off from school. Ballard encourages USD 470 families to continue monitoring their health and practice the recommended health and safety precautions.
“Unfortunately, now is not the time to become lax in our efforts,” Ballard said. “It truly does take all of us working together to keep schools open.”
The district will continue to closely monitor these situations and will update families as needed.