As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise in Brown County and Wisconsin, and as more students and staff are under quarantine, many Brown County school districts have decided to extend online learning.
The Pulaski, Howard-Suamico, Ashwaubenon and De Pere school districts will all continue virtual learning until at least Nov. 6, according to letters sent to families. In-person learning could resume on Nov. 9 at the earliest.
The Green Bay Area Public School District started off the school year with virtual learning and has not announced plans to return to in-person classes. The West De Pere School District plans to resume in-person learning on Monday.
A group of Brown County superintendents were scheduled to meet Friday to define reopening criteria.
“The superintendents have come to a broad consensus that aligning our dashboards with the same data source is an important first step,” Pulaski Superintendent Allison Space wrote. “From there, individual districts can define the points at which to shift instructional models in-person or toward virtual learning, as necessary, in response to changing community health conditions.”
The individual districts will