St. Charles High School Students Shift to Distance Learning
St. Charles, MN (KROC-AM News) - Another area school district is moving some of its students to all distance learning because of rising COVID-19 activity.
The St. Charles School District has announced there will be no classes at the community's high school on Monday and the high school students will shift to all distance learning until at least November 15th. The St. Charles School District is also postponing all before and after school activities, including athletics, at the high school.
St. Charles Elementary School students do have school on Monday and will continue instruction using the hybrid model.
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