Kenosha Unified School District will switch to virtual learning Nov. 30
The Kenosha Unified School District has voted to switch classes to all-virtual learning after Thanksgiving.
KENOSHA, Wis. - The Kenosha Unified School District has voted to switch classes to all-virtual learning after Thanksgiving. The school board voted Tuesday night, Nov. 17 to go virtual from Nov. 30 to Jan. 8.
The motion, passing 6-1, applies to all students except those whose Individualized Education Program require in-person instruction.
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The school board also suspended winter sports until Jan. 3 -- with sports competition slated to start Jan. 9.
Some of the challenges ahead include making sure that everyone gets not just the initial shot, but also the booster shot that is needed a few weeks after.
The need for a clinic, like the one in Oak Creek, is another reason that both O'Tool and Wittliff hope people follow COVID-19 safety guidelines.