Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Amid virus positivities, Carroll HS to transition to hybrid learning model

A report shows that Beginning tomorrow, Carroll High School (CHS) students will be transitioning to a hybrid-learning model due to an increase in confirmed COVID-19 cases and a high rate of student absences. As of Monday, six CHS students have tested positive for the coronavirus with an additional 95 students in quarantine due to confirmed exposures.

Ar-We-Va High School, which participates in half-day class sharing with CHS, is also transitioning to a hybrid model tomorrow and will facilitate their students in the same manner as Carroll.

School officials will announce on Friday, Sept. 25 whether they will continue using the model into October.

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