NED enacts virtual learning for some schoolsOctober 7, 2020
By Herald Staff
DUBOIS — Due to COVID-19, Northeast Dubois Intermediate School and Northeast Dubois Junior-Senior High School will continue virtual learning through fall break.
Regular, in-person learning will resume Oct. 26 at the two buildings.
According to the school corporation, several staff members have been quarantined after being named close contacts of confirmed COVID-19 cases.
Sports and extracurricular activities will continue as normal at the junior-senior high school. All practices and events at the intermediate school are canceled until Oct. 26.
Northeast Dubois Elementary will continue regular, in-person learning.
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