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Fulton Schools makes changes after COVID-19 cases in the district

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Fulton Schools closed Monday after increase of COVID-19 cases among staff (Credit: CG Stock)

MIDDLETON, Mich. - Fulton Schools says they have to make some changes after COVID-19 cases in the schools.

This is what the district said:

The Middle School and High School buildings to remote learning through Monday, September 27th. Middle School and High School students should be prepared to participate in google meets starting tomorrow at 8:00 a.m. and follow their daily schedule online for the remainder of the day. Students should be meeting with teachers for all 5 classes, at their regularly scheduled time. The plan is to return to face to face instruction on Tuesday, September 28th.

The Elementary and Pre-School will continue to operate with Face-to-Face traditional learning starting Tuesday. Bus transportation will be available as normal for PK-5th grade students.

The district says there has been an increase of COVID-19 cases among staff.

The districts full statement can be found below: