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Mike Smith

Instructors, Students Begin “Distance Learning” in District 1

It’s a new beginning for school districts across North Dakota as schools remain closed until further notice by Governor Doug Burgum due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Schools are starting “distance learning,” which puts not only students, but teachers and staff, in uncharted territory. The new plan contains 34 pages, which you can read on the district website. Superintendent Dr. Jeffery Thake promises the plan goes “above and beyond” to provide a sufficient education for everyone, including those with special needs. The superintendent credits his team for coming up with the plan, which was approved by Governor Burgum and State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler Monday. The district is aware that students learn

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