Green Bay Area Fall School Opening/Closings Plans

Green Bay Area Fall School Opening/Closings Plans

Area schools are slowly piecing together a plan to open this Fall. More rules and regulations are being released weekly and school admins are quickly adapting their plans. They are taking into consideration requirements for COVID-19 prevention cleanings, social distancing, and virtual instruction. 

Despite this we still have many unknowns. Such as how long COVID-19 will threaten the health of students and whether or not teachers will return. Nevertheless Gov. Tony Evers last week said he won't block in-person school this fall, leaving that decision up to local and state health officials who can order school closures if the virus surges in the state again. 

You can take a look here to see what Green Bay, Howard-Suamico, Pulaski Community, Unified School District of De Pere, School District of West De Pere, and Ashwaubenon School District have planned so far.

Also check out another part of the state and see how Madison College is doing for the Fall

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