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When students dismiss class around 3 pm Monday, it will begin what is a two week shut down of schools in Illinois.


In the middle of that two weeks is spring break for Clinton schools but the two-week quarantine from school was not surprising for Superintendent Curt Nettles who indicates he and his colleagues in the area had been bracing for such an announcement.



With students expected to head home for the week, the district has initiated an emergency e-learning strategy that will take them through the week. 


Tune in to Regional Radio News Monday for how the e-learning day will work and the logistics of how such a plan came together. 

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