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Several Elkhart, Warsaw, Edwardsburg schools closed, switched to e-learning

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Several Elkhart, Warsaw and Edwardsburg schools are closed and switching to e-learning.

In Warsaw, the decision was made based on advice from the Kosciusko County Health Department.

Leesburg Elementary, Jefferson Elementary, Lakeview Middle School, and Warsaw Community High School – will switch to e-Learning, for Thursday, Dec. 15 and Friday, Dec. 16, as a result of high absenteeism of students, teachers, bus drivers, and support staff.

All other Wawsaw Community Schools will remain open and have in-person learning on their regular schedules.

All middle and high school students in Elkhart Community Schools will have virtual learning on Thursday because of a bus driver shortage. Elementary students will attend school in person.

Edwardsburg Schools will also have e-learning on Thursday.

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3 comments

Paul E December 15, 2022 at 8:07 am

So why the high absentee lists? COVID scare is over (never was a scare). If they refuse to go to school, hold them back a year. There is no reason for this!

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Michele Edelman December 16, 2022 at 12:03 pm

Did you read the article?

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Charles U Farley December 15, 2022 at 11:30 am

The election is over. Little late for the COVD theatrics…

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