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Our WMS Daily Remote Learning Schedule continues now through Jan. 13th. Welcome Back, Students! Thurs., Jan.14th Track B Returns to Hybrid Learning in building / Track A remains home - Independent Learning Time. Monday, Jan.18th - No School.  Tues., Jan. 19th: Track A Returns to Hybrid Learning in building / Track B remains home - Independent Learning Time.
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Wolfe MS Returns to Hybrid Schedule Wednesday, January 13, 2021.

Dear Wolfe Families:
Center Line Public Schools will continue a Remote Learning Schedule through January 12th. Please note your child will be responsible for logging in to all their Wolfe MS classes daily. Attendance will be taken.
On January 4th at the Board of Education meeting, the Board voted to transition from our remote learning environment back to the hybrid model on Wednesday, January 13, 2021. With that decision, CLPS will be welcoming back students to face-to-face instruction for Track B on Thursday, January 14, 2021 and for Track A students on Tuesday, January 19, 2021 (Monday, January 18 is a holiday). 
The hybrid model of education affords students the opportunity to attend classes in the building two days a week, participate in an all-class remote learning experience one day a week, and continue their education with two days of extended learning activities. Hybrid learning allows us to maintain the recommended six feet of social distancing between students and is an intermediary step to a hopeful return of full face-to-face learning when the pandemic is less of a threat.
Returning to the school buildings brings with it the risk of transmission, so we are asking that everyone follow the rules to make hybrid learning work: Wear your mask, maintain social distancing, and stay home if you’re sick. Please be forewarned that positive COVID-19 cases may affect different areas of the school – busing, classrooms, food service – so some classes or services may need to be temporarily altered if quarantining is required.
Our hope is that the move back to hybrid learning better meets the academic needs of our students while educating them in a safe environment.
 As always, please call the Wolfe Office at 586-510-2300 if you have any questions or need assistance.