Morris Area High School, with a sign put up earlier this year for the teachers. (Photo: Marshall Hoffman)

While there has been an uptick in Stevens County in confirmed coronavirus cases, Morris Schools Superintendent Troy Ferguson sent a letter to parents yesterday indicating that the numbers have not increased enough to change the school’s plan for an in-person learning model for the start of the school year on September 8th. Ferguson wrote that the school district has and will continue to base its decisions on the guidelines set forth by the Departments of Health and Education, and State and National governing entities. Parents not comfortable with the face-to-face option can contact the school for alternative instruction methods.


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