USC goes to distance learning
The United South Central School Board held an emergency meeting Monday morning, Nov. 16, and voted to transition grades 7-12 to distance learning beginning Tuesday, Nov. 17. The also cancelled all extra-curricular activities including all sports.
“We were scheduled to be in the hybrid mode but as a result of the rise in case rates and because of positive cases in our school building, I believe we should move to distance learning,” USC superintendent Keith Fleming said.
The motion stated distance learning will continue through Dec. 4, at which time the decision will be reevaluated.
Look for more information in the next edition of the Faribault County Register.