Westville School District temporarily utilizes full-remote learning

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WESTVILLE, Ill. (WCIA) — The Westville School District said all three of their buildings will be going full-remote for the next two weeks.

Superintendent Seth Miller said the first day of the temporary change was Thursday. Miller stated after a couple of positive COVID-19 cases within the district as well as the uptick in cases throughout Vermilion County played a role in their decision. He said they wanted to make the change to help minimize further spread of the virus.

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