Cortland High School is currently in its second stint of distance learning forced by an increase in cases and potential contacts.
Their first pause came October 13 and lasted two weeks, until 9-12 graders returned to in-person classes on October 28.
Smith Intermediate students then began a period over a week of remote classes on Monday, November 2, which ended Thursday of last week (November 12).
At that time, high school students resumed distance learning and expect to get back to the physical classroom on Tuesday (November 24).
One way superintendent Bob Edwards is staying connected the community is through weekly video blasts, available on the district web page.
Yesterday’s edition featured transportation supervisor Jordan Lilley for a discussion on how it’s been handling adjustments on the school bus. (Click here to watch)