SHEBOYGAN FALLS — The district announced Monday that Sheboygan Falls Middle School will move to an all-virtual model through Jan. 4.
Classes began virtually immediately the following day, on Tuesday, Dec. 15.
"We do not feel a universal ‘grace’ day is necessary as we have all had experience switching to virtual learning," the district letter states. "If your family needs a day, please call the office and use one of the ‘parent permission’ days to excuse your child from learning tomorrow."
This is now the second time that the middle school has ceased in-person learning immediately. Just last month on Monday, Nov. 9, the building transitioned to an all-virtual model through Nov. 18.
However, on Nov. 18, the district decided to move all schools to remote learning through Dec. 3.
The district has it's own COVID-19 dashboard, which can be accessed on their website.
On Nov. 9 when the middle school was shut down the for the first time, 16 total positive cases were recorded throughout the district with 353 total individuals in quarantine.
The last metrics recorded on Dec. 7 reflected 23 positive cases and 419 total individuals in the district in quarantine. According to the data, this makes for the district's largest number in quarantine and second highest recording of positive cases (25 on Nov. 16).