DULUTH, MN - Schools across the United States are canceling trips abroad, preparing online lessons and even rethinking "perfect attendance" awards as they brace for the possibility Coronavirus could start spreading in their communities.
Twin Ports school districts are also having conversations about how to handle Coronavirus if it arrives in the Northland.
The Duluth School District says they're receiving guidance from the Minnesota Departments of Health and Education.
They are having weekly teleconferences with school districts as they continue to monitor the situation.
In the meantime, they're sharing information with staff, families, and students.
The Superior School District says they've reviewed and updated their Pandemic Response Plan using guidance sent out by the State of Wisconsin.