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Remote learning urged at AES
11/19/2020

Renee Scott/Submitted

(KAIR)--Remote learning is urged for students of the Atchison Elementary School, due to the spread of COVID-19. “We have to make a couple of changes going into the Thanksgiving holiday,” said Renee Scott, Superintendent of Schools for USD 409, in a message posted Wednesday to the school district’s Facebook page. “With our number of staff right now, testing positive at Atchison Elementary, we’re encouraging families that are able to provide remote instruction, to please go remote from now until Thanksgiving break. We will return fully on site at Atchison Elementary after Thanksgiving.”

Scott said accommodations are in place for those students in families who are unable to provide remote learning. “If you’re a working family, or you have a student who is on an IEP, or a struggling reader, or a kindergarten student that really needs that extra support, we encourage you to remain on site, and we will accommodate your child, or children.”

Scott said with the second grade already under a modified quarantine, transportation for those students must be arranged through the Thanksgiving break.

The preschool remains on remote learning only through the break.

Scott concluded her message by encouraging families to follow COVID-19 prevention guidelines during the holiday break.

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