Gibraltar School District switches to online learning for at least 3 weeks

GSD joins multiple school districts that have made the switch to virtual learning

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GIBRALTAR, Mich. – Gibraltar School District is moving to a remote learning environment.

The school district said that due to rising COVID-19 cases, all schools and programs will move to a virtual environment.

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In a letter to parents and families, the district said all district classrooms will move to remote learning, beginning on Monday for Carlson High School and Tuesday for Shumate Middle School and the four district elementary schools.

All district schools are expected to return to in-person learning beginning on Monday, Dec. 7, 2020.

The full letter to parents can be read here.

Michigan high school sports now suspended under new state COVID order

The Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) has suspended its fall tournaments in response to a new public health order issued by state health officials on Sunday.

This includes the suspension girls volleyball, girls swimming and diving, and football tournaments, and all winter practices and competitions scheduled to begin over the next three weeks.

Read more here.

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