Students and staff at Cortland Junior-Senior High School won’t meet in-person again until after the coming holiday break.
Superintendent Robert Edwards said he anticipates they will return on January 4, 2021.
He announced a transition to distance learning on Saturday, as COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the county.
Meanwhile, Barry Primary School returns to in-person learning today, after spending all of last week online.
Homer students in Pre-k through 12th grade were forced to stay home today due to a lack of available bus drivers, according to superintendent Tom Turck.
At this point, he plans to return Pre-K through 2nd-graders and Grades 6-12 tomorrow.
Grades 3 through 5 already had Monday and Tuesday scheduled as virtual learning days.
On Friday, Cincinnatus superintendent Todd Freeman confirmed one positive case in a student.
That resulted in quarantines for seven staff members and 12 third-graders.
Students in Pre-K through 6th will continue with in-person learning as normal.
McGraw School District also reported a positive case this weekend in a first-grade student.
Superintendent Melinda McCool responded by moving all first-graders and several staff members to remote learning on Monday.
Contact tracers are working to identify anyone who may be directly affected.