WAYLAND, Mich — UPDATE: The Wayland Union Schools Board of Education voted Monday night to transition to hybrid learning for the remainder of the school year. Wayland Union High School will be remote on Tuesday, April 20.
The district said that students in other buildings will remain in person.
On Monday, April 19, Wayland Union High School and Career Connections Academy will move to virtual learning.
The schools announced the transition on Sunday, April 18.
The district's Board of Education will discuss whether students should return to class in-person or remain remote for two weeks during Monday's regularly scheduled meeting. It is at 7 p.m. in-person at the Fine Arts Center at Wayland Union High School.
Attendees will be required to wear a face mask and to provide six-feet social distance between themselves and other non-household attendees.
The Extended COVID-19 Learning (ECOL) Plan will be reconfirmed. Additionally, the high school mode of instruction over the next two weeks will be discussed.
To date, Wayland Union has reported 98 cases of COVID-19, with two reported Friday, April 16.
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