Okemos, Leslie schools temporarily moving to virtual learning

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LESLIE, Mich. (WLNS) — Two mid-Michigan school districts are moving to virtual learning for the week after Spring Break.

Leslie Public Schools announced on their Facebook page that the week of April 12 their middle school and high school students will be virtual due to the large amount of travel.

Okemos schools will also be virtual for the week of April 12 for grades 5-12, according to an email sent to parents.

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