• School district trying to determine how education will look following shutdown
    Amy Ehmke (center) meets a family at curbside with sack lunches while Anita Hage checks the names off her list during a grab-and-go in the Dighton school district on Wednesday. (Record Photo)

School district trying to determine how education will look following shutdown

As he stepped out of his vehicle on Tuesday morning, Jamie Rumford glanced toward the overcast sky and observed, “Kind of a gloomy day, isn’t it?”

The day didn’t get any better for educators across the state.

Late on Tuesday afternoon, Gov. Laura Kelly made it official that classrooms across Kansas were being shut down for the remainder of the school year.

 

 

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