Stockbridge Schools switch to virtual learning amid COVID-19

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STOCKBRIDGE, Mich. (WLNS)— Stockbridge Community Schools has switched from in-person instruction to virtual learning after staff members test positive for COVID-19.

The school district sent out a letter telling family and staff that two employees tested positive for COVID-19. The letter also states several staff members will have to quarantine due to the two positive cases.

The letter states students kindergarten until 12th grade will return to in-person learning on Monday, May 3, 2021.

The school district stated athletics will continue with weekly antigen testing.

The school district says to look for additional information on virtual instruction, MSTEP, and NWEA testing.

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