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Smith: ‘Academic piece is definitely something we’re trying to get a handle on’
The 2019-20 school year ended early by way as the result of an extension to May 26 of a “Safer At Home” order issued by Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers in response to the latest major novel coronavirus, COVID-19.
As a result, teachers in school districts all over the state have had to put in place virtual lesson plans for students.
At Monday’s meeting of the Arbor-Vitae Woodruff School District, school board member Judith Nelson told her fellow board members and district adminis...
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