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Cooperstown Schools Go To ‘Emergency Remote’ Learning

Cooperstown Schools Go To ‘Emergency Remote’ Learning COOPERSTOWN – With one reported case of a staff member testing positive for COVID-19, Cooperstown Central School has moved to their “100% Emergency Remote Plan” Monday-Tuesday, Dec. 14-15, for all students K-12. According to a post on the district website,  CCS Staff will continue to report to the buildings on these days.…



MOSTLY SPARED, HARTWICK WILL STILL GO REMOTE With Only 2 Cases, Drugovich Announces ‘Precautionary Step’ ONEONTA – With only two cases, compared to SUNY Oneonta’s 245 (as of now), Hartwick College President Margaret L. Drugovich nonetheless announced a few minutes ago the college is immediately switching to all-remote instruction for 14 days as a precaution, through Sept. 15. “Because of the sudden and steep increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in the Oneonta community, we have decided to commence…

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