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Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School to go fully remote, temporarily



Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School has announced that they will be going fully remote, at least into December.

In a letter to students and staff, the school announced that they will transition to full remote learning beginning tomorrow, Monday, November 23 through Friday, December 4.

If all goes well, they will resume with the hybrid model and in person learning on Monday December 7.

“Let me be abundantly clear. This transition to full remote is NOT because of a COVID outbreak or transmission within the school or with our students. Due to personnel logistics affecting the daily school operation and out of an abundance of caution as we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, pivoting to a remote learning model will be the most affective platform for our students.”

The school also remind their community to continue with COVID-19 protocols.

“It is imperative for students and families to continue to practice social distancing and safety protocols over the next two weeks and the Thanksgiving holiday. This will be vital in our safe return to in person learning on December 7.”

The administration went on to say how important it is for students to continue learning remotely.

“Live remote instruction will begin tomorrow, Monday November 23. Please review your student’s daily schedule with them to confirm that they know their class meeting days and times. Attendance and engagement in their classes will be critical during our remote learning period. Please ensure your child is connected and logged on to their first period academic or vocational google classroom at 7:45 am each day.”

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  1. Melissa Baron-Cyr

    November 23, 2020 at 10:18 am

    No covid outbreak?

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