Flossmoor discourages in-person services as restrictions expand

Homewood District 153 board members on Monday will review a plan for students to return to Willow, Churchill and James Hart Schools for second semester work.

“We’re being encouraged by the state superintendent (of schools) and the governor’s office” to return to school," Superintendent Dale Mitchell said. “We felt we needed to have a plan ready to go.”

The plan calls for in-person classes to resume Jan. 21, if the seven-day rolling average COVID-19 infection rate is below 8%. In the suburban Cook County area it is currently 15.6 . . .

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