ADRIAN — Adrian Public Schools District 511 is expected to consider Wednesday afternoon a switch to distance learning for the week after Thanksgiving.

“Unfortunately, as community spread continues, we are running into staffing issues and people getting exposed, and others getting it and waiting test results,” Adrian Superintendent Molly Schilling said in an email to district parents.

Second- through fifth-grade Adrian Public Schools students were moved to distance learning toay, while preschool, kindergarten and first-grade students were brought into class along with “B” students in grades 6-12.

Elementary staff was to utilize Wednesday morning as a time for instructional planning, while grades 6-12 were to attend classes via distance learning.