HOLMEN, Wis. (WXOW) - Holmen High School students continue to move closer to getting back into school five days a week.
Students started out the semester in an all-virtual format but currently are under a hybrid education plan.
Principal Wayne Sackett said that he has seen improvement in how the school is working to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Due to that, he's optimistic students can return to in-person classes more frequently. "It's so exciting to see students in the building. They're excited to be back. Our staff is excited to be teaching in-person. Our teachers are some of the most important people in our building because they have a direct impact on student learning."
In this new model, half of the students will physically be in the building for two days a week with the rest of the students learning online. Both halves then switch learning models.