North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation goes virtual

STARKE COUNTY, Ind. – North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation will be going virtual until after Thanksgiving Break.

Superintendent at North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation Annette Zupin notified parents, students, staff and faculty that an elementary teacher tested positive for COVID-19.

Because of the positive case and the subsequent quarantining required by close contacts, NJ-SP is unable to appropriately staff the corporation for in-person classes.

Virtually learning will be from November 17 until November 27, unless there are more positive cases of COVID-19 detected.

Students will not begin on Monday, November 16 so teachers are able to prepare lessons, expectations and procedures for virtual learning. This day will also be used for NJ-SP to finalize logistics of providing lunches and offering devices/internet services to families in need.

Because switching to virtual learning is due to staffing issues resulting from contact tracing and not a significant outbreak in student cases, extra-curricular, co-curricular and high school athletic event will be allowed to continue.

Additional details on virtual learning will be made available midday Monday, November 16 via school messenger and social media.

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