MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Another Twin Cities-area school district is making the move back to distance learning due to COVID-19.

Board members for Mahtomedi Public Schools voted in favor Monday evening of transitioning Mahtomedi High School back to a distance learning model, starting Nov. 10.

Officials say activities will remain in effect, and the board will consider transitioning their junior high and elementary schools in a meeting scheduled for mid-November.

The school boards for St. Paul, Osseo and District 196 all decided last week to also transition back to distance learning due to rising COVID cases.

Minnesota has had a record-breaking uptick in cases in the past week.

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