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SHEBOYGAN — At Tuesday's board of education meeting, the Sheboygan Area School District administration extended virtual learning for another two weeks.

The additional incubation period will expire Nov. 27, but Nov. 24 is the last day of school for students ahead of a holiday break.

"We continue to see an incline in cases, and we do not see those numbers coming down," said superintendent Seth Harvatine in the board meeting.

The report stated that as of Tuesday, Nov. 10, the district has 200 students who have tested positive for COVID-19. Additionally, staff in the custodial and facility maintenance and food service continue to test positive as they are ones most often remaining in the building.

The board will meet again on Tuesday, Nov 24, where they will once again reassess COVID-19 data to determine if students will be able to return to in-person learning on Monday, Nov. 30.

The board said communication will be going out to parents this evening.

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