Medina High School will stay remote-only until Nov. 30
MEDINA – The high school won’t be returning to in-person learning until Nov. 30, after the Thanksgiving break, the school district announced today.
The high school has been remote-only the first three days this week and that will continue the rest of this week and next week.
“Given the amount of staff members currently out at the high school due to mandatory quarantine and/or waiting for COVID test results, Medina High School will remain 100% virtual through Wednesday, November 25,” district superintendent Mark Kruzynski said in a letter to parents and the community.
The district plans to reopen for in-person learning on Nov. 30. High School students in the BOCES program will also be virtual through Nov. 25.
The Oak Orchard Elementary and Wise Intermediate/Middle School will continue to hold in-person instruction as scheduled.