Monroe-Woodbury High School and Middle School go remote due to COVID-19

Superintendent of Schools Elsie Rodriguez sent parents a message saying the schools would pivot to remote learning today through Friday Jan. 7 because of limited staffing availability.

News 12 Staff

Jan 4, 2022, 11:52 AM

Updated 837 days ago

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Monroe-Woodbury High School and Middle School go remote due to COVID-19
Add Monroe-Woodbury High School and Monroe-Woodbury Middle School to the list of schools that have been forced to go to remote learning due the ongoing pandemic.
Superintendent of Schools Elsie Rodriguez sent parents a message saying the schools would pivot to remote learning today through Friday Jan. 7 because of limited staffing availability.
She added that K-5 students will attend school in person following their regular schedules.
Rodriguez added that at-home test kits for students have not yet been delivered to the district. She says the district will be in touch with instructions on how families may access them as soon as they arrive.


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