KITCHEN –

A Guelph high school will go from in-person learning to remote learning during the last four days before winter break.

The Upper Grand District School Board announced Monday that the John F. Ross Collegiate Vocational Institute would make the change effective December 14.

They did not specify the reason for the decision, only said it was to “ensure the safety of students and staff.”

The statement went on to say that all students will switch to remote learning “with the exception of those students who currently attend specialized classes in person.”

Winter break is scheduled from December 18 to January 2.

The Upper Grand District School Board said an update will be provided by January 2 on the school’s plan after the break.

Reference-kitchener.ctvnews.ca

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