Hamtramck Public Schools delays return to in-person learning due to COVID

Delay due to increased travel, influx of variants

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HAMTRAMCK, Mich. – The superintendent of Hamtramck Public Schools announced a delay of the return to in-person learning.

Superintendent Jaleelah Ahmed said the delay of the return to in-person learning is due to increased travel and an influx of COVID-19 variants.

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All students will be learning remotely next week. The return date for K-12 students has been pushed to the week of April 12. Grades 7-12 will return to in-person learning the week of April 19.

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