(CBS DETROIT) – Detroit public schools will return to remote learning when students return from spring break.
The Detroit Public Schools Community District said Wednesday learning will be virtual for all students during the week of April 5 – 9 to limit the spread of COVID-19.READ MORE: Whitmer Tours Eastern Michigan University Vaccination Clinic
The district said on April 12, students are expected to return to buildings.
All staff returning to work face-to-face are required to submit a negative test result taken after April 5 to return by April 12.
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Reminder: All schools and district offices will be closed, March 29 – April 2 for Spring Break. School resumes Monday, April 5, 2021. Learning will be virtual for all students during the week of April 5 – 9 to limit the spread of COVID-19. More Info https://t.co/jYzKpDYFvb pic.twitter.com/kLDbigj7q7
— DPSCommunityDistrict (@Detroitk12) March 31, 2021
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