After two days of being closed, leadership at the Clyde-Savannah Central School District says they will switch to remote instruction for the next week.
The move comes after a non-instructional staff member tested positive for the Novel Coronavirus. That individual worked in the district’s transportation department.
While some assumed that students would be back to school after a day- or two – officials doubled down on the need for students to remain at home – away from potential infection.
Superintendent Michael Hayden says there are no confirmed cases of COVID among students. A meal distribution plan will be activated for all students and families over the period too.
The expectation will be to return to in-person learning on September 30th. Officials said the would not have sufficient transportation staff to get students to- and from school.
Check out the full-guidance below from the district:
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