DECATUR, Ill. (WAND) - A fifth school in Decatur Public Schools is temporarily suspending in-person learning. 

The latest is William Harris Learning Academy. Students will learn virtually from home because of the number of students/staff who tested positive for COVID-19 or are quarantining. Students will be back in the classroom on Monday, Jan. 24. 

The SED program at William Harris will still be in person. 

The Extended Day Program and extracurricular activities at the school - including sports - will not be offered in the adaptive pause. 

As the district previously announced, American Dreamer STEM Academy, Franklin Grove and Parsons Elementary students will be back for in-person learning on Tuesday, Jan. 18. Dennis Lab School students will be back for in-person instruction on Friday, Jan. 21. 

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