Colorado Springs School District 11 to move to remote learning

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COLORADO SPRINGS — D11 in Colorado Springs announced on its website Wednesday that the entire district would move to remote learning when classes resume after Thanksgiving Break.

It is the latest in a string of local districts to make the switch back to online classes.

A statement from Superintendent, Dr. Michael Thomas, included the following information:

With multiple new positive COVID-19 cases and school quarantines just over the past few days, our school district has reached a tipping point and we are making the very difficult decision to shift to remote learning beginning right after the Thanksgiving break until the winter break, returning to in-person learning at the beginning of the second semester (January 6 for students to return in person, staff returns January 4, 2021).

>>READ THE FULL STATEMENT FROM D11 HERE

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