Covid-19 Slows In-Person School Learning On Martha's Vineyard

Covid-19 is causing a slowdown of in-person school learning plans in at least one town on Martha ’s Vineyard. 

The Edgartown district is postponing plans to increase class sizes for the fifth and sixth grades after a student tested positive. 

The Tisbury School has reported two virus cases. 

The MV Times reports that town's school committee on Tuesday approved a school re-opening plan that will include more in-person instruction after the Thanksgiving break. 

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