Roseville High School Goes Back To Distant Learning!

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By BStigers on January 15, 2021.

Roseville school officials announced on Wednesday that they will pause on-campus learning at Roseville High School and return to distance learning beginning Jan. 14 (which is today) through Jan. 22. The decision came as more staff began to test positive for COVID-19, causing numerous staff quarantines, according to an email from the district. Currently, 18 teachers, two support staff, seven custodians, two para-educators and one wellness intern are quarantined due to exposure. School officials added that they believed distance learning for the next six instructional days would help the school bring students and staff back to campus safely on January 25th.