GREENDALE — Greendale Middle School and Greendale High School are both going virtual for the week after an increase in COVID-19 cases.
The school met with the Greendale Health Department to discuss the rise in cases and community trends. After that meeting, the schools decided it was best to go virtual effective Monday.
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As of now, the schools plan on only being virtual for the week, with regular in-person classes resuming on Nov. 9. However, the school said if there are more positive cases during the next seven days, they may have to extend the virtual learning.
"We will contact families by Nov. 5 to confirm the date when we can return to in-person learning at Greendale High School and Greendale Middle School," the district said in a statement on their website.
The change only affects the middle and high school, with classes remaining the same at Canterbury, College Park, and Highland View.