Mansfield schools pivot to remote learning temporarily


A student listens to a live lecture on a laptop computer at home during a remote learning class in Princeton, Illinois, U.S., on Friday, Sept. 11, 2020. Illinois reported 1,337 new coronavirus cases Wednesday as the state’s positivity rate dropped below 4% for the first time in weeks. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images

UPDATE: Mansfield Schools will resume Thursday, December 3, and Friday of this week with a Hybrid Virtual option.

If students are able to work from home those two days and choose to, they have that option. They can also go to school on Thursday, December 3, and Friday, December 4. 

Buses will run per the normal schedule, cafeterias will be open, and all other school services are available to students on those days. 

In-class learning will continue.

Students will return on Monday, December 7. 

MANSFIELD, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) – Mansfield schools pivot to remote learning on Tuesday, December 1, and Wednesday, December 2 due to an increase in COVID cases district-wide.

Students will work from home remotely, according to a Facebook post.

Teachers and staff will be available for online learning as pre-planned.

Each campus has prepared an approach specific to the age group served.

Administration will use this time to assess and coordinate with ADH to prepare for the best action for the following days.

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