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Moline-Coal Valley School District returns to full remote learning amid surging COVID-19 cases

Students in the district will be learning remotely from Monday, Nov. 16 to Tuesday, Jan. 5.
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A photo of the exterior of Moline High School from 2019.

MOLINE, Ill — The Moline-Coal Valley School District is returning to full online learning as positive cases of the coronavirus surge in the Quad Cities. 

Students in the district will be learning remotely from Monday, Nov. 16 to Tuesday, Jan. 5, according to a spokeswoman with the district. Due to Thanksgiving and winter break, students will be learning at home for around four weeks total. 

The decision to move remote will be reevaluated at the Dec. 14 School Board Meeting.