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Menomonee Falls schools shifts from hybrid to in-person classes

Posted at 11:27 AM, Sep 25, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-25 12:27:23-04

Menomonee Falls Superintendent of Schools Corey Golla announced that full in-person instruction will begin in October.

Starting Monday, Oct. 5, elementary students in grades 4K through second will transition from the hybrid model to the in-person instruction model.

Dates have been released, but Golla has not confirmed if grades third through fifth can move to in-person instruction starting on Oct. 12 and grades sixth through twelfth on Oct. 19.

However, Golla said an email to parents will be sent to confirm those dates on Oct. 2.

“The rationale to move 4K-2 elementary students to in-person instruction was made based on a sustained low level of quarantine and infection within our school system, a sustained trend of lower disease burden rates, community spread, and limited contacts in our elementary schools,” said Golla.

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