Virus numbers muddy plans to return Fargo students to class

FARGO, N.D. (AP) — Officials in North Dakota’s largest school district are discussing whether to have older children head back to classrooms, even as the state struggles with the worst outbreak of coronavirus in the nation.

A task force that was formed when parents and others complained after the Fargo Public School District opted for distance learning has its next meeting Monday.

The group said at its last meeting that it would discuss plans to send junior and senior high students back to class.

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