First Official Day for Proctor Public Schools moved to Sept. 15

The first day of school for Proctor students will be delayed to September 15.  The School Board made the change at its regular meeting Monday.

The Board made the decision after reviewing the latest infection rate trends in the area. “As we approach the start of the school year, Proctor School District is changing their learning model at the secondary site to be Distance Learning Hybrid with In-person Support,” Superintendent John Engleking said.

Proctor’s Kid Zone will open on Sept. 8.

The Board also scheduled a special meeting for August 31.


The discussion to modify the opening is not unique to Proctor. Districts throughout Minnesota are having to re-craft, walk back or change their reopening plans based on rising COVID-19 case rates.

Read the full story in he August 27 edition of the Proctor Journal.

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