BY: DAVID SHEPHERD, NEWS DIRECTOR
DUBOIS COUNTY -- Jasper students in grades 8 – 12 continue virtual learning today.
They’ll be out until after fall break.
Now we’re hearing from Northeast Dubois Schools. Students there, in grades 7-12, will move to hybrid learning next week due to the uptick in local COVID cases. They will also be doing this through the Thanksgiving break.
Under the hybrid model, students attend in-person classes at school two days a week and eLearn from home three days a week. Students with last names beginning with A - K are in group one and will attend in-person classes on Mondays and Wednesdays. Students with last names beginning with L - Z will be in group two and report to class Tuesdays and Thursdays.
All students will be virtual on Fridays.