Millcreek School Board approves proposal pausing expanded in-person learning

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As COVID-19 numbers continue to rise, Millcreek schools decided to press pause when it comes to expanded in-person learning.

Tonight the Millcreek School Board unanimously approved a proposal affecting elementary students.

This decision postpones sending grades kindergarten through fifth back to the schools four days a week until January 4th.

This comes after earlier suggestions were made to make that change November 30th.

A survey was sent to parents and staff showed support in favor of waiting.

Millcreek students currently attend in-person on alternating days.

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