Eatonville school goes back to virtual learning over COVID outbreak

Eatonville Middle School sent students home on Friday, and will be temporarily moving back to virtual learning until at least mid-October.

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According to a letter obtained by the Tacoma News Tribune, the Eatonville School District indicated that the decision to briefly move back to in-person learning was due to “several” reported COVID cases within the middle school.

The tentative plan for now is to bring students back on Oct. 11, but district officials also noted that the date could be subject to change.

“We understand this may be a hardship for families and is disruptive to student

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