GLASFORD Ill.- Illini Bluffs School District announces Monday that all classes will move online in response to the rise in COVID-19 cases in the area.
Superintendent Dr. Roger Alvey posted on the district’s Facebook page Monday afternoon. The post says the school district made adjustments to keep in-person learning going, but it’s getting too difficult to manage.
All classes will be moved online for two weeks following Thanksgiving break on December 1st. Classes will still be in-person Tuesday, so teachers can prepare students for remote learning.
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