FDSH students will learn from home for week of Oct. 19

COVID-19 forces virtual classes

All Fort Dodge Senior High students will be kept home to learn virtually next week as the school has experienced an increase in COVID-19 activity, the Fort Dodge Community School District announced in an email to families on Saturday.

The virtual learning only applies to high school students, according to the district.

All classes will meet virtually through Google Meet on Monday at the beginning of each scheduled period.

First period Monday will not meet until 8:30 a.m. to allow time for a staff meeting.

The link to each class’s Google Meet can be found on Google Classroom.

High school students who do not have internet access at home may check out a hotspot from the Central Office to use for the week. Homeroom and MTSS will not meet this week.

Students who normally learn at home will continue their lessons in Edgenuity.

The fall concerts scheduled for tomorrow and Monday will be held as planned and athletic practices will continue this week.


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