SHELDON—The Sheldon School District will practice distance learning Monday-Tuesday, Nov. 23-24, according to superintendent Cory Myer.

“It is our hope that extended distance learning will not be required this school year, but we also want to be prepared in case the governor would need to close schools for a period of time,” he said.

People with questions should reach out to their child’s teacher or building principal. This practice will allow the district to see what works well and what additional changes are needed should it be required to provide distance learning to students. The district hopes to remain in school and provide on-site learning this school year.

Students will return to buildings on Monday, Nov. 30.