Alden-Conger, Glenville-Emmons to switch learning models

Alden-Conger Public School and Glenville-Emmons School announced they will shift learning models for students in seventh through 12th grades starting Sept. 28 because of rising COVID-19 numbers in Freeborn County. A letter sent to Alden-Conger parents stated students in seventh through 12th grades will switch to distance learning. Students of all grades will attend in-person […]

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