MDH Offers Guidelines For Keeping Sick Or COVID-Exposed Children Home From SchoolThe Minnesota Department of Health is urging parents to really think about when to keep their kids home from school.
Northfield Teacher And Parent Create Portable Desks For Hybrid LearningThe collaboration between a teacher and a parent in Northfield helped an entire school go back to learning in person this fall.
What Do Schools Want Students And Families To Know About Distance Learning?The start of a school year like no other comes with apprehension from students, parents, teachers and staff alike.
Albert Lea Schools To Use Thermal Scanners After 1st Known COVID-19 CaseMinnesota schools big and small are doing everything they can to stop COVID-19 from shutting their doors.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Students, Parents Prepare For Sudden Shifts In Learning ModelsA southeast Minnesota school district called off classes Monday to shift into a different learning model, only a week after the first day.
Good Question: What Happens When A Student Gets Sick With COVID-19?In the 21-page plan, three of those pages address this particular question. If there's a confirmed case, first you identify close contacts of that person while they were infectious.
Q&A: Answers For Some Of Parents' Most Burning Fall School QuestionsWith the recent announcement about how Minnesota students will start the school year, many of you have shared your questions with us online.
St. Paul Superintendent Says School Year Will Start With Distanced LearningThe St. Paul district will begin the school year with 100% distance learning, joining Minneapolis in staying completely online at least to start the year.
Reality Check: Can The President Cut Funding To Minnesota Schools That Don't Reopen This Fall?The President is threatening to withhold classroom funding in schools that don't reopen.
U Of M Study Measures How COVID-19 Particles Spread In ClassroomsAs Minnesotans anxiously await Gov. Tim Walz's announcement on schools in the fall, a new University of Minnesota study has analyzed how COVID-19 spreads indoors, especially in classrooms.
With Distanced Learning Still A Possibility For Fall, Much Of Minnesota Still Lacks High-Speed InternetNo matter what's announced on Thursday, districts are again preparing for internet service to again be an important piece.