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Holton Elementary students to return to in-person learning
11/19/2020

(KNZA)--Students at the Holton Elementary School will return to in-person learning next week.

Principal Randy Fox made the announcement in a Facebook post Thursday.

Fox said in-person education will be provided Monday and Tuesday prior to the Thanksgiving break.

Students moved to remote learning November 6 due to staffing issues.

Currently, Fox said they are only down three teachers and those classrooms are covered with substitutes.

 

 

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