Willard School District shifts to virtual learning for rest of the week
WILLARD, Mo. (KY3) - The Willard School District is shifting to virtual learning for the remainder of the school week.
The district says the move is necessary because of staff shortages and an increase in student absences due to illness.
K-12 students are being sent home with devices to take part in the alternative method of instruction. Students not in class on Tuesday will need to schedule a time to pick up their devices. Hot spots are also available for those who need them.
The message says lunch can be picked up Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 10:30 a.m. to noon in front of Willard High School and Willard Intermediate School.
The district says it will monitor the situation.
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