An email sent to families in the Waterloo Central School District indicates that students at the middle school went remote on Monday.
Hopefully, they will return on Tuesday.
An email from Superintendent Terri Bavis indicated that the move was made out of an abundance of caution following guidance from Seneca County Public Health Officials.
“Although we recognize this is an inconvenience to many of our families, our primary concern is the health, wellness, and safety of all students and staff. We will continue to monitor the situation closely and take the necessary action, while communicating all relevant updates,” the letter read.
No specifics were shared on what led the district to the decision to close the school on Monday, but other buildings were not impacted.
“As this is a matter of confidentiality and privacy, we are unable to share specifics regarding this situation. However, I want to assure you that we will continue to be proactive and follow the guidance provided by the DOH,” the letter added.
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