INDIANAPOLIS — Many Metropolitan School District of Pike Township students will be attending classes remotely for a second straight day on Wednesday.
The district announced in a Facebook post around 5:30 a.m. that students at Pike High School, Freshman campus and Pike Preparatory Academy will be having a remote learning day Nov. 17 due to staff absences.
All other schools will be open for in-person learning, though the district said buses may be late.
This comes after all Pike Township students attended classes virtually on Tuesday after the district was unable to provide bus services. Students missed classes entirely last Wednesday due to staff absences.
Pike Township teachers have been in negotiations with the district regarding a new contract since September, and the two sides entered mediation this week.
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