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Wood Memorial High School Switching to Virtual Learning

Students of Wood Memorial High School are switching to virtual learning after Thanksgiving Break.

Posted: Nov 24, 2020 3:46 PM

All Wood Memorial High School students in grades 7 - 12 will be learning virtually upon their return from Thanksgiving Break on Monday, Nov. 30.

Following the switch to a fully-virtual schedule, the school says that its goal is to resume hybrid learning on Monday, Dec. 7 if possible.

During the period of virtual learning, Wood Memorial High School will remain open during school hours for and students who need to access the internet or receive help from teachers.

Students visiting the school during this time will need to sign in and follow normal COVID-19 protocols. 

The cafeteria will have lunch available for any on-campus students during the virtual period.


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