MENOMONIE, Wis. (WLAX/WEUX) – Menomonie High School is moving to all virtual learning as COVID-19 cases spike.
Superintendent Joe Zydowsky says while student cases in the school district are well below the thresholds set by public health, there has been a disproportionate number of staff cases at the high school.
The move to all-virtual will last until at least Monday, November 30th. School administration will continue to communicate with the Dunn County Health Department about COVID-19 in the community. The Menomonie School Board voted Monday to allow the football and swimming and diving teams to finish their fall seasons.
Due to spectator restrictions at UW-Stout and WIAA playoff requirements, Menomonie football’s level one playoff game will now be played Friday night in Marshfield.
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