Many children in King County and throughout the Puget Sound region are moving back to their monitors, as individual schools announce temporary pauses on in-person instruction and transition to remote learning until the latest wave of COVID-19 subsides.
A number of schools report fluid COVID-19 responses, and school officials encourage parents to regularly check their school’s status.
Aki Kurose Middle School: Remote learning announced effective Jan. 13. In-person instruction to resume Monday, Jan. 24.
Franklin High School: Remote learning began Wednesday, Jan 12. In-person instruction planned for Jan. 18.
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