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Corner Canyon, Farmington High Schools Go Online; 4 Utah County Schools Move To Hybrid Schedule

Corner Canyon High School in Draper

DRAPER, Utah – More schools across Utah announced adjustments to class schedules Friday including Corner Canyon, Farmington high schools moving online and four Utah County schools moving to hybrid schedules.

Corner Canyon and Farmington will move to online classes on Monday. Normal in-person classes will resume on Monday, Nov. 30.

With Farmington moving to remote learning, eight of the Davis School District’s nine traditional high sch0ols had moved to remote learning.

A news release from the district said most of the high schools will return to in-person class on Nov. 30.

Northridge High students will return to in-person classes on Wednesday, while Syracuse students return to in-person classes Thursday.

Utah County Schools Moving To Hybrid Schedule

Payson High School in the Nebo School District is moving to a hybrid schedule, which means they are splitting in-person and online learning.

Officials with the Nebo School District announced three other high schools, Springville, Salem Hills and Maple Mountain were moving to the hybrid schedule on Thursday.

Each school had reported 15 or more confirmed cases of COVID-19.

In the Alpine School District, American Fork and Lone Peak high schools will move to a hybrid schedule.

Kimberly Bird, Alpine School District spokesperson, said she couldn’t share specific case counts, but said both schools were “reaching the threshold that tells us it’s time to move to a hybrid format.”

Students with last names starting with A-K will attend in-person classes on Monday and Tuesday while students with last names started with L-Z will attend in-person classes on Thursday and Friday.

Provo High students will also move to a similar split schedule on Monday, and remain that way until after the Thanksgiving break.

“The health and safety of our students and employees are of utmost concern. The district will continue to monitor these numbers and make changes as necessary,” Provo School District officials said. “In the meantime, we strongly encourage our students and families to adhere to current state and countywide health orders and avoid large gatherings and wear a mask in public. We appreciate your patience and support as we work to keep our students and staff safe in the midst of this pandemic.”

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