Updated: April 16, 2021 03:42 PM
Created: April 16, 2021 03:31 PM
Minneapolis Public Schools is moving some students back to distance learning for the second half of next week in preparation for a verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin.
MPS said in-person learning will continue for all grades on Monday and Tuesday, but all in-person learning students will return to remote learning from Wednesday through Friday.
The district said school buildings will remain open but no athletic events, Minneapolis Kids or before and after-school child care will be held. However, meal box pick-ups will continue.
Families are urged to contact their schools with any questions.
Derek Chauvin trial will impact MPS operations next week. Distance learning for all Wed-Fri, April 21-23. Families check your email or https://t.co/zWHeHQisz1 for more info and resources. pic.twitter.com/H705KKYwLF— Minneapolis Public Schools (@MPS_News) April 16, 2021
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