The Rochester CUSD 3A Board of Education held a special meeting Monday night, with officials participating both in-person at the RHS Learning Commons and remotely through Google Meet.
With new state regulations allowing for a maximum of 10 people in one indoor space, several board members and school officials participated remotely.
•Superintendent Dan W. Cox communicated an update to the community last week via Facebook and social media regarding a possible ‘adaptive pause’ to inperson learning that could come any point as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Sangamon County.
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