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A divided Burlington Area School District board has decided to cease at-home learning via the internet and to return students in grades 7-12 to in-person classroom instruction full-time beginning April 6.
At 11 a.m. Angelina Mistretta spins fidget toys as lessons stream through headphones, keeping her hands busy in hopes her mind will engage, too.
Those who wish to weigh in at RUSD School Board meetings must attend in-person, a change from the practice in place for the last few months. On Monday, after this in-person requirement was supposed to be put into effect, three board members attended virtually.
"One student or educator dying or spreading the virus to their families is too many," said a teachers' union leader, while other parents want the option for their kids to be in school.
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RUSD was one of only 3% of districts in the state that did not offer virtual learning for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year after buildings closed last spring, and was the only urban district to not offer virtual learning.
Rep. Jimmy Anderson, a Fitchburg Democrat who has only 20% to 30% lung capacity because he’s paralyzed from the chest down, told Up North News last week, "As someone with significant lung issues, a respiratory illness like COVID-19 could easily kill me." He called the lack of a mask mandate “irresponsible.”
State Rep. Ted Ohnstad, D-Kenosha, is currently suffering from COVID-19 (although his symptoms so far have been mild) and his quarantine won’t be over until at least Jan. 6, meaning — if he can’t participate virtually — he will be unable to participate in a few perfunctory votes, including the setting of the schedule and election of assembly speaker scheduled for Jan. 4.
Should his symptoms worsen or last longer than expected, he doesn't know what he'll be able to do to represent his constituents should virtual participation continue to be banned.
“When I actually saw the finished product, it made me feel like we could actually connect with those who feel alone,” said Jefferson Lighthouse fourth-grader Dani Billips.
Attendance at RUSD schools started out strong this year, but has recently slid to around 86%. The 2018-19 average attendance was 90.8%. But student engagement even when in class remains a concern, especially in poorer communities.
Here are the arguments the state's highest court heard today regarding a health officer's ability to order school buildings to close, and how it relates to Racine.