With COVID-19 cases rising substantially in the suburbs, Indian Prairie Unit District 204 is again delaying its plan to start bringing students back to the classroom.

The district had been preparing to move from an e-learning format to a hybrid model at the beginning of this month, but a recent surge in the number of positive tests prompted officials to delay the plan until Friday.

Now as coronavirus metrics in the Naperville and Aurora areas continue to trend in the wrong direction, Superintendent Adrian Talley announced Tuesday the district will continue with remote learning until after Thanksgiving break, which ends Nov. 27.

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SOURCE ( Lauren Rohr /Daily Herald)