CALUMET — Calumet-Laurium-Keweenaw (CLK) Schools will return to remote learning.
A press release sent out by superintendent Christopher Davidson reads:
“Please trust that we have forged ahead as long as possible before coming to this decision, but due to a current shortage in staffing we cannot adequately staff face-to-face learning.
I would like to keep this period of remote learning as brief as possible, so we will be starting with 4 days and a tentative
Similar to the last period of remote learning, students will continue their curriculum progression through Zoom meetings
If you are in need of a school hotspot please contact your child’s office to make arrangements. This transition to remote learning will not impact extracurricular activities, so athletic contests will continue as scheduled.”