Centreville Public Schools Superintendent Stephanie Lemmer announced the district will stick with virtual-learning format through the end of the calendar year.
According to a letter posted on the district’s website, Lemmer said Centreville students were originally scheduled to return for in-person learning Wednesday. The district has been conducting classes remotely since Nov. 2.
Lemmer said the decision to postpone a return to in-person learning until Jan. 4 was made based on staffing factors and the upswing in COVID-19 cases in St. Joseph County.
She noted the district has scheduled a special board meeting Tuesday and the issue of in-person learning is expected to be discussed at that time.
Lemmer also stated the district will continue its weekly food distribution as scheduled. The distributions are 2 to 4 p.m. Wednesdays at the high school.