Many children in King County and throughout the Puget Sound region are moving back to their monitors, as individual schools announce temporary pauses on in-person instruction and transition to remote learning until the latest wave of COVID-19 subsides.
A number of schools report fluid COVID-19 responses, and school officials encourage parents to regularly check their school’s status.
Puget Sound schools feel strain of omicron surge, as some mull return to remote learning
Seattle Public Schools
Aki Kurose Middle School: Remote learning announced effective Jan. 13. In-person instruction to resume Monday, Jan. 24.
Franklin High School: Remote learning began Wednesday, Jan 12. In-person instruction planned for Jan. 18.
Kimball Elementary: In-person learning resumed Thursday, Jan. 13 after cancellations this week.
Lowell Elementary: Remote learning began Wednesday, Jan.12. In-person learning to resume Jan. 20.
Northshore School District
Bothell High School: Remote learning began Wednesday, Jan. 12. In person instruction will resume Jan. 24.
Lake Washington School District
Eastlake High School: Moved to remote learning Wednesday, Jan. 12. In-person instruction is planned to resume Jan. 21.
Juanita High School: Currently holding remote learning. In-person instruction will resume Jan. 20.
Lake Washington High School: Currently holding remote learning. In-person instruction will resume Jan. 20
Redmond High School: Currently holding remote learning. In-person instruction will resume Jan. 20.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates. 
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