Cases in schools rose again in the past week, though there are signs cases may have peaked.
The football team canceled its season and the coach subsequently resigned.
The fight happened outside the main entrance.
Close contacts previously had to quarantine for 14 days, but that's now reducing to 10.
That's a slight decline compared to last week.
A school staff member was among those whose death from COVID was reported in the past week.
An in-school incident led to more disputes at a football game and a subsequent protest.
More than 2,200 new cases have been reported among K-12 students and staffers in the past week.
Details of the alleged misconduct have not been provided by authorities.
The Proctor School Board chair stated their policy during Monday's board meeting.
In-person classes will resume next month, the district said.
Elementary students at Vaughan-Steffensrud are subject to the outbreak.
The new policy also applies to contractors or partners that have direct student contact.
The playground equipment was designed to keep special education students safe.
The bus had its lights activated at the time of the crash.
K-12 students are set to begin the 2020-21 school year on Sept. 9.
The district has adjusted its mask policy in wake of the outbreak.
The outbreak happened within the first week back to school.
Dr. Michael Osterholm is worried that some districts aren't properly prepared.
The Anoka-Hennepin School Board meets Monday evening.
The recommendation is for students and staff, regardless of symptoms.
Most kids in Minnesota will head back for in-person learning within a few weeks.
The rule goes into effect Monday, and will continue at the start of the new school year.
The mandate goes into effect Tuesday.