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Due to increasing cases of the virus at the school, the district is reverting back to Distance Learning through May 11

Culver High School is closed for two weeks because of increasing COVID-19 cases.

In a letter to district families on Tuesday, April 27, Culver School District Superintendent Stefanie Garber stated that the district is closing the high school to on-campus learning for the next 14 days, effective that evening.

"Our priority is to keep your students safe and we regret we have to make this move," Garber wrote.

Students will participate in Distance Learning from Wednesday, April 28 to Tuesday, May 11. They will return to on-campus learning Wednesday, May 12.

Grab & Go Meals may be picked up at the cafeteria door during normal high school lunch time.

Garber said it might take a couple of days to get Distance Learning plans organized with staff and asks students and families to have patience during the transition.

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