High school students return to in-person learning at Utica Community Schools

Michigan high schools allowed to resume in-person learning under revised COVID restrictions

High school students return to in-person learning at Utica Community Schools
High school students return to in-person learning at Utica Community Schools

UTICA, Mich. – Here’s a look at what students and teachers should expect when returning to in-person learning at high schools within the Utica Community Schools district.

Watch the video above.

Michigan high schools were allowed to resume in-person learning on Monday, Jan. 4 as a part of Michigan’s revised COVID-19 order issued before the holiday break in December.

On Dec. 18, 2020, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services issued a revised version of the order, which will be in effect until Jan. 15.

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