SHEBOYGAN FALLS — The Sheboygan Falls School District announced Monday evening that grades 5 through 8 at the middle school will moving to an all-virtual model beginning immediately.
No classes were held for middle school students on Tuesday and learning will resume on Wednesday, Nov. 11 virtually. At this time, in-person learning is set to resume on Wednesday, Nov. 18.
The district will be in further communication as new data arrives or the situation changes.
When students log in on Wednesday, they will be expected to follow their virtual learning scheduled and utilize Canvas and Google Meets to access class activities. Students will follow their same daily schedule and attendance will be taken during each class.
Further communication about free meal offerings for pickup will be announced by the district. A Google from will be supplied to sign up for meals.
The district is working with the Sheboygan County Division of Public Health to conduct contact tracing. If you are a close contact, you will receive a letter with further information.
If you are not contacted, no quarantine or isolation or further action will be needed at this time.
"This is a precautionary decision the district made in collaboration with the health department to mitigate the spread and also ensure we operate our school in a safe manner," the district letter states. "This decision was difficult to make, but necessary to prevent further spread and allow us to be able to return to our preferred learning environment as soon as possible."
No information on positive cases, testing or students and staff in quarantine were released.