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Superintendent John Magas also expressed resolve in the face of a pandemic wave, hoping for a positive turnaround in February.
The new policy will go into effect Jan. 26 through "at least" Feb. 9.
Students are transitioning into online instruction due to a continued increase in COVID-19-related absences among students and staff.

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After seeing negative impacts on learning and student mental health during sustained periods of distance learning over the pandemic, going back online is a move school leaders are still reluctant to take.
Depot Foundation Development Director Jessica Peterson said she sees a need to create greater access to art education in the Northland.
The Duluth Climate Club has spent three years researching solar energy and how it can benefit Duluth Public Schools.
Student Lucius LaFromboise is asking higher education administration to consider a different approach to the vaccine mandate.
The National School Boards Association asked the FBI to address harassment and threats at school board meetings across the country as parents packed meetings to oppose COVID-19 precautions and the way districts handled topics like race and gender.
The lockdown was lifted at 2:55 p.m. after an investigation determined the threat wasn't credible.

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65 students, 20 staff tested positive for COVID-19 the first week back from winter break.
From the column: "One of the most valuable options for high school students ... is to earn free college credit via courses taught in high school, online, or on college campuses."
Thompson took on role July 1, 2020; his resignation is effective March 18, 2022

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