The School District of Crandon plans to return to in-person classes next week.
On October 5, the district switched from in-person to remote learning. The decision was made after COVID-19 cases were reported in the elementary, middle, and high schools. There were also two linked cases of COVID-19 within the district.
At that time, the district planned to go remote for two weeks before having students return to school.
In a letter to families, the school district said it has coordinated with the Forest County Health Department and will resume in-person instruction as planned on the 19th. The district did make it a point to say that situations can change quickly. It will keep students and their families updated with any changes.