TSD 401 to transition to home-based learning Monday

DRIGGS, Ida. — Eastern Idaho Public Health (EIPH) moved Teton County, Idaho, to the Critical (red) level this evening, and Teton School District 401 will transition to all home-based learning on Monday, November 16, 2020.

All TSD 401 students will remain in the virtual learning model until at least Thanksgiving break, which begins Wednesday, November 25.

Teton County reported 24 additional coronavirus cases today. This raises the number of active cases to 72 and the active rate per 10,000 population to 59.3. This is the third day the active rate per 10,000 population has been above the critical threshold of 45.

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