Dwight schools go remote after multiple staff members test positive for COVID-19

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DWIGHT – Dwight Public Schools have gone fully remote beginning this week after multiple staff members tested positive for COVID-19.

“Our number one priority is the safety of students and staff, and we have contacted individuals who have had contact with COVID positive staff members.  Additionally we are doing everything we can to offer full time, in-person instruction as soon as possible.” Dwight Common School District #232 said in a letter to parents this week.

The District made the announcement after consulting with Livingston County Health Department in reguards to CDC guidelines and protocols.  No word on how many staff members tested positive within the District.

Dwight schools plan to return to school on Monday, October 26th for in-person learning.

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