Medina High School goes virtual for next week due to Covid outbreak
MEDINA – The high school will be virtual for learning the next week due to a Covid outbreak. The district plans to have students back for in-person later at the high school next Tuesday, April 27.
All BOCES programs also will be virtual during this time. The other Medina schools are fully open.
The district will also have to postpone the state assessment tests for grades 7 and 8 until when students are back for school in-person.
Mark Kruzynski, the district superintendent, said there are currently seven students in the high school who have tested positive and many others are quarantined. Kruzynski said all of the cases have been traced back to transmission outside of school.