All-remote learning plans for Berkley & Grosse Pointe School Districts due to COVID-19 spike

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Posted at 2:23 PM, Nov 06, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-06 14:47:43-05

(WXYZ) — Two school districts in our area have announced new plans for student instruction due to the surge in COVID-19 cases.

Related: COVID-19 on the rise among Michigan children

In Oakland County, Berkley School District is pausing their plans for elementary in-person learning and Online Academy Plan.

Students were expected to return for in-person instruction starting November 9.

In Wayne County, Grosse Pointe Public Schools announced that students will pivot back to all-remote learning on Monday, November 9.

GPPSS has 220 students and 47 staff members in quarantine and continues to have staffing issues.

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