Possible COVID-19 Case Sends 2 Oneonta Schools Back to Remote Learning
Oneonta School Superintendent Thomas Brindley announced middle and high school students will be on 100% distance learning today and tomorrow because a high school faculty member may have contracted the coronavirus.
Brindley says they are doing contact tracing and the building is being thoroughly cleaned with the goal of resuming hybrid learning on Monday. According to AllOTSEGO, Cooperstown Elementary School students are on distance learning this week after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.
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