Three Rivers High School and Middle School move to virtual learning

Following orders from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Three Rivers Community Schools has announced in-person learning at the high school and middle school will be discontinued until next month.

Superintendent Ron Moag said the middle school was exempt from the state’s orders but it has experienced a recent upswing in absences, warranting the move to virtual learning. Students in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade will continue with in-person learning.

The rest of the district could return to in-person learning as soon as Dec. 9, Moag said.

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