MARION CO. — Pike Township schools announced Tuesday that some students would be going back home for virtual learning for at least part of their school week.
Starting next Monday, all three of Pike Township's Middle Schools will revert to a hybrid schedule.
This means students will be in class two days a week while doing virtual learning for the other three days.
A spokesperson for the school district says the new schedule will be in place for at least two weeks or until the positivity rate in Marion County starts to come down.
Pike High school will remain on their current hybrid schedule, while the township's elementary schools will continue full-time in-person learning for now.