Saginaw Public Schools have delayed in-person learning for its students.
Superintendent Dr. Ramont Roberts sent out a letter to parents Sunday, November 1, saying with the recent rise in COVID-19 cases in Saginaw County, the district will delay in-person learning until next semester. In person classes were scheduled to resume Monday November 2.
Frankemuth Public Schools, which was conducting in-person learning, is returning to remote learning Monday, November 2. District officials say with the number of staff currently in quarantine, there is concern the district will be unable to maintain safety protocols to keep students safe. The district is looking at November 16 to resume in-person learning.
For more information on restricted activities at Frankenmuth Schools due to the coronavirus, call (989) 652-9958.