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Back to virtual learning for thousands of students in Michiana

(Sarah Welliver/The Elkhart Truth)

Some big changes have taken effect for some area students.

Students who attend Concord Community Schools will switch to a hybrid learning format due to a high number of positive COVID-19 cases.

Students with last names, A-to-K will attend in-person on Mondays and Wednesdays, while last names, L-to-Z will attend in-person on Tuesdays and Thursdays. All students will have a virtual learning day on Fridays.

That continues through mid-December.

Concord South Side Elementary will remain fully virtual until they switch to the hybrid format on Nov. 16.

Students who attend Baugo Schools are switching to virtual-only instruction for three weeks.

The Elkhart Truth reports extracurricular activities will continue, for now. Spectators can attend events at 25 percent capacity.

Mask wearing is required and events will be stopped will be stopped if spectators refuse to comply.

Wawasee High School is back to remote learning.

School leaders say finding substitute teachers to fill classrooms and operation staff to manage buildings due to mandatory quarantines has become a losing battle.

It’s the second time this fall that Wawasee has reverted back to virtual learning for the high school.

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