Aurora Public Schools will go virtual after Thanksgiving break due to COVID-19

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AURORA, Colo. (KDVR) — The Aurora School Board voted Tuesday night to suspend all in-person learning for the semester starting at Thanksgiving break.

The majority of students have been learning virtually. Students in preschool, kindergarten and some students with special needs will now transition to online learning.

The transition to virtual learning will happen after Thanksgiving break to help families plan.

The vote was a 6 to 1 decision.

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