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  • By Lisa Brody

Birmingham Schools back to virtual education

As the number of COVID-19 infections continue to rise, Birmingham Public School officials announced on Thursday, November 12, they would return to an all virtual format beginning Monday, November 16. Currently, only the district's elementary schools had in-person hybrid learning. In coordination with the Oakland County Health Department, district leadership shared with families that their safety status level had shifted to red. In red status, they stated, all schools and programs are to be moved to a virtual environment. In order to allow families to prepare, school was in session on Friday, November 13, with schools sending home materials and supplies to prepare for in-person learning.

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