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School Districts Cautiously Moving Forward As State Decides Future Path

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Waterloo Superintendent Brian Charron discusses the district’s plans during the Covid-19 pandemic. School Board member Jim Yaekel listens in.
Waterloo Superintendent Brian Charron discusses the district’s plans during the Covid-19 pandemic. School Board member Jim Yaekel listens in.

With in-person learning canceled for at least the rest of the academic year, schools in Monroe County, along with the rest of the state, have had to adjust on the fly. On March 17, when Gov. JB Pritzker first announced schools would be shut down through April 30, it hardly seemed possible the shutdown would …

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