(Claremont, MN) — A school district in southeast Minnesota is moving to distance learning amid a COVID-19 outbreak. Triton Public Schools announced Thursday that they are switching to full-on distance learning after around 55 students tested positive for coronavirus. In a statement, Superintendent Craig Schlichting said they will continue distance learning for the rest of the week, with students set to return to the classroom on Tuesday.
Triton Public Schools Moving To Distance Learning Amid COVID-19 Outbreak
By Ashley Hanley|2021-11-05T05:29:29-05:00November 5th, 2021|