MARSHALL (KMHL) – The Marshall School District is moving to distance learning.

In a press release, Monday, school district officials announced there will be no classes on Wednesday or Thursday this week, while the staff prepare to transition to full distance learning.

Marshall School District Superintendent Jeremy Williams says students will begin Distance Learning classes on Friday.

School District officials say the plan for now will be to return to Hybrid Learning on Monday November 30, but officials say that will rely, in part, on county and internal school numbers.