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Delphi schools going virtual beginning Wednesday because of COVID-19

Posted at 6:43 PM, Oct 27, 2020

DELPHI — Delphi schools are going virtual beginning Wednesday because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

In a letter sent to students and parents, the district said all schools will be on e-learning for the remainder of this week. All district buildings will be closed through Nov. 10.

According to Superintendent Dan Ronk, more details regarding virtual learning will be sent to students and parents on Friday.

There will be no athletic or extracurricular activities through Nov. 10. The Delphi Community High School National Honor Society induction ceremony that was scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 27, has been postponed.

"It is crucial that we practice social distancing and limit gatherings during this time," Ronk wrote in the note to students and parents. "We want to be in school and we need our communities help to accomplish minimizing the spread of COVID."