CCS Teacher Tests Positive For COVID

Elementary Students Go Remote Until Nov. 30

CCS Teacher Tests

Positive For COVID

COOPERSTOWN – After being notified by the Department of Health that a teacher at the Cooperstown Elementary School has tested positive for COVID-19, students in grades K-6 will move to “emergency remote learning,” according to a message sent out to parents by Interim Superintendent Romona Wenck.

A handful of students have been identified as being in close contact with the teacher, and have been asked to quarantine.

Students in grades 7-12 will also go to remote learning through the end of the week and will return to in-person learning on Monday, Nov. 25.

 


One thought on “CCS Teacher Tests Positive For COVID

  1. Doug

    Apparently it’s news that CCS is closed due to COVID, but not that Greater Plains Elementary School is also closed, as announced by Superintendent Brindley on Sunday? I guess not, as neither paper has covered it.

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