Ironwood Schools decide to continue in person classes
Written by Jesse Baroka on January 19, 2022
IRONWOOD – Ironwood Schools deciding to Continue with In-Person Classes despite the high amount of COVID cases around the community. During a meeting Monday night of the Ironwood Area Schools Board of Education, Superintendent Travis Powell said the number of COVID-19 cases in Gogebic County are the highest they’ve ever been. Despite the rise of cases, the school will continue with in person classes for the time being. Powell explained that a year ago a switch to virtual learning might be in line, but now time the district has a plan, protocols, and enough staff to keep students safe and in classrooms.