The COVID-19 pandemic caused every school district to quickly set up virtual options for students, and Madison-Grant United School Corporation is now looking into possibly setting up a more permanent virtual offering.

Superintendent Scott Deetz refreshed the school board at a regular meeting Monday on the current set up for M-G’s current virtual students. Teachers for the virtual option are doing so outside of their normal in-person classroom responsibilities and receiving an additional stipend for doing so.

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