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Goshen Community Schools continuing virtual learning

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With Elkhart County staying in the “red zone” on Indiana’s COVID-19 map, Goshen Community Schools students will continue attending class virtually for the next several weeks.

Students in grades seven through 12 will continue with virtual learning until at least January 19.

The Goshen News reports students in grades kindergarten through six will continue attending class in-person after holiday break.

Merit Learning Center students will also return to in-person classes on January 6.

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1 comment

Jim December 22, 2020 at 5:16 pm

That headline is very misleading. It’s not several weeks, but only 2. They restart school on the 4th and the date to come back is as early as the 19th. With stories like this, you sound just like the rag in South Bend.

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