TSD 401 returns to in-class learning

TETON COUNTY, Ida. — Teton School District 401 will return to face-to-face learning beginning Monday, Nov. 30. The district switched to virtual learning on Nov. 16, following an increase in COVID-19 cases county-wide.

The alternate-day format prior to the closure will resume. Students with the last name A-K attend in-person Monday and Wednesday, last name L-Z attend in-person Tuesday and Thursday. Friday is dedicated to teacher collaboration and planning, with all students learning virtually.

The most up-to-date data from Eastern Idaho Public Health reports 9 new cases, 40 active cases, and a 32.9 active case rate per 10,000 people. The county is expected to move down from critical risk level (red) to high-risk level (orange).

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