Plainfield Community Consolidated School District 202 has canceled classes Monday as a result of COVID-related staff and logistical challenges, the district announced Sunday.
In a post on Facebook, District 202 leadership said cited "logistical transportation and staff issues related to a rise in COVID-19 cases" as the reasons for cancelling classes.
Monday will be considered a "non-attendance day" for students and staff, the district explained, and remote learning won't be available.
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Students will make up the day on May 31.
It remains unclear if students will head back to the classroom Tuesday. That day, classes will either take place in-person or through remote learning.