Some Mishawaka schools to go virtual only starting Nov. 30


On the heels of the St. Joseph County Department of Health issuing guidance in response to the growing number of active cases of COVID-19 in our community, School City of Mishawaka plans to pivot John Young Middle School and Mishawaka High School to virtual learning beginning on Monday, Nov. 30, through Friday, Jan. 15, 2021.

This live virtual instruction will look much like the start of the school year for these schools. JYMS and MHS families can expect to receive more information from building principals, including details on food service, early next week. In-person learning will continue at our elementary schools.

The change will now allow us to divert more resources, including substitute teachers, aides and custodians, to the elementary schools. B

School City of Mishawaka has been reporting positive COVID-19 cases weekly since the Indiana State Department of Health Dashboard was created in early September. In an effort to be even more transparent, SCM has developed a COVID-19 Dashboard that can be accessed via Quarantine data will be updated daily and COVID positive data will be updated on Friday afternoons.


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