Green Bay's Howe Elementary, N.E.W School of Innovation going online the rest of the week because of staff shortages

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GREEN BAY - Two other Green Bay schools are moving to online learning this week because of "critical" staff shortages.

Howe Elementary School and seventh to 11th grade at Northeast Wisconsin School of Innovation on Cherry Street will move to virtual learning Thursday and Friday.

Green Bay's John Dewey Academy of Learning is also part of the building, but students in Dewey will still have in-person classes at NWTC.

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Students are expected to go back to in-person learning on Tuesday.

Thursday will be an independent learning day, and teachers will contact students about virtual instruction on Friday.

After-school programs will be virtual on Friday.

Franklin Middle School, Washington Middle School and the Minoka-Hill high school program are also virtual on Thursday.

Meal pick-up for Thursday and Friday will be available at Howe at door 10 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

At Howe Elementary, 103 students and staff are in isolation or quarantine, according to the district's COVID-19 dashboard.

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Contact Benita Mathew at bmathew@gannett.com. Follow her on Twitter at @benita_mathew.

This article originally appeared on Green Bay Press-Gazette: Green Bay Howe Elementary School going virtual due to COVID-19

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