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By Mark Hebert
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County schools to continue remote learning, Malta seeks three admins

 

April 29, 2020

Malta Elementary second grade teacher Kendra Veit checks on one of her students during remote learning due to the COVID-19 stay at home orders. Photo by Rhonda Dalby.

Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced plans to "Reopen Montana" last week during the COVID-19 virus outbreak which included schools, allowing them to open on May 7, but ultimately left the decision up to school boards who would need to implement a laundry-list of safety measures "that were nearly impossible," one source told the PCN.

Under "school reopening considerations" Gov. Bullock's plan, schools were asked to consider a multitude of safety rules and guidelines including cleaning and sanitation, limiting class sizes, consider using face coverings by all students and staff, canceling...



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