White Pigeon will continue remote learning until January

White Pigeon Community Schools Superintendent Jon Keyer announced the district is suspending all in-person learning until Jan. 4.

White Pigeon was originally going to virtual teaching until Dec. 8, as mandated Sunday for all state high schools by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

Administrators at White Pigeon, however, said the increasing number of community COVID-19 cases as its reason that K-8 has been added to those in grades 9-12 doing remote learning.

Keyer said the decision was difficult but the right thing to do under the circumstances.

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