Constantine Schools Going To Remote Learning Until November 9
Wednesday, October 28, 2020

(CONSTANTINE) – Constantine Public Schools will be going to remote learning for two weeks.

In a letter to the school district Superintendent James Wiseley says they received news that a staff member at Riverside Elementary School tested positive for COVID-19. This required the employee to be isolated for 14 days and those within close contact quarantined for 14 days.

Wiseley says on October 25, the District was informed that several Constantine Public School employees across the district were to be quarantined for 14 days due to being close contacts.

Wiseley says at this time ALL Constantine Public Schools will go to Remote Learning, which is the Constantine Experience Model until November 9. Students will still be attending CTE Monday and Wednesday of each week. Transportation will be provided as usual from the school to CTE.
Constantine will also continue to host welding classes.

Evening events, sports and clubs can continue to meet as long as they are following safety protocols.

Wiseley says each building principal has sent out an e-mail to parents and guardians with learning expectations for the next two weeks. He says they understand the hardship this decision has on each family. If you require any help with internet connectivity, please contact your building administrator.

Wiseley says the District will deep clean the buildings and review protocols.