ISAAC school shifts to fully remote learning through Thanksgiving break
New London — The Interdistrict School for Arts and Communication is switching to fully remote learning starting Monday and lasting through the Thanksgiving break, school Executive Director Nicholas J. Spera announced Sunday evening.
In a notice posted on the school's website and emailed to staff and families of students, Spera said the school on Sunday evening had received information about staffing availability that prompted the move. He did not elaborate.
He said the school would consult with Ledge Light Health District to determine whether full remote learning needs to be extended after Thanksgiving break.
"I thank you in advance for your cooperation and willingness to support the health, safety, and well-being of our entire Dragon Nation," Spera said in the notice.
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