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Southwestern Schools Going Virtual Until Nov. 30

The decision to go virtual is due to the high number of staff absences and trouble fining substitutes, not because of COVID-19 cases within the school.

(Hanover, Ind.) -   It has been announced by the Southwestern school superintendent that the school will be going virtual until November 28. 

In-person classes will resume on November 30, as a result of this move to virtual learning high school students are expected to log into their Chromebooks and attend school virtually from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. each day, daily attendance of students is required.  

The decision to go virtual is due to the high number of staff absences and trouble fining substitutes, not because of COVID-19 cases within the school.

During the closure, the school will also be providing meals for students. Beginning Thursday, November 12 families may pick up their child's meals between 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. at the Southwestern High School Cafeteria. Beginning on Monday, November 16, meals will be delivered by transportation staff. 

If you do not have internet access, teachers will post recorded lessons on Google Classroom that can be watched at a later time, or you may also go to the school parking lot and connect to the internet there. 

If you have any questions regarding the closure, you can contact the school at (812) 866-6221.

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