Holland High to go remote Monday for contact tracing

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HOLLAND, Mich. (WOOD) — Holland High School students will learn remotely on Monday to allow for COVID-19 contact tracing.

The district says students grades 9 through 12 should not report to Holland High School. Instead, they should log into Google Classroom to get instructions from their teachers.

Officials said in the announcement the move was being made “in an abundance of caution.”

Virtual learning is scheduled to take place only on Monday.

Kindergarten through eighth-grade classrooms will be open and operate as normal.

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