Southfield school goes remote due to staffing shortage

Students to learn remotely from home

Classroom (Pixabay)

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. – The Kennedy Learning Center in Southfield will be closed Tuesday and students will be shifted to remote learning due to a staffing shortage.

The center is part of the Southfield Public Schools district. Local 4 and ClickOnDetroit received a message from the district Tuesday morning confirming the school is closed Tuesday due to the staffing shortage, but students will be learning remotely from home.

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