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Schools in Addison go remote for the week due to transportation issues created by COVID-19

The Addison Central School District says it’s going remote for a week due to transportation issues created by positive COVID-19 cases.

In a message posted to the District’s website officials said they were unable to provide student transportation to school at this time.


“Therefore, all schools in the Addison Central School District will transition to full-time virtual learning for all students beginning on Monday, October 5 through Friday, October 9. Additionally, all athletic practices and games will be suspended for this week. On Friday, October 9, we will update our school community on when we can reopen schools for our hybrid model of learning,” the letter continued.

They say meal pick-up will be available on Monday from 11 a.m. until 12 p.m. at the Addison High School, Valley Early Childhood School, and Woodhull Town Hall.

The meals will be provided at no charge.


The change comes as Steuben County deals with a rise in cases it hasn’t seen in recent months.

The health department is conducting contact tracing inside the district. They’re asking anyone who may have had contact with the person in the transportation department to call the health department.