No in-person schooling at Medina High School on Monday after positive Covid test
MEDINA – Medina High School will be doing classes remote only on Monday with no in-person classes after the school district was notified today that a high school student tested positive for Covid-19.
This is the first Medina student to test positive for Covid-19 this school year.
Having no in-person classes in the school will allow the Orleans County Health Department to do conduct contact tracing with close contacts who may have been exposed to the virus.
Medina High School students should log in to Google classroom for each of their classes on Monday, said Mark Kruzynski, the district superintendent.
Students who attend BOCES will also be virtual on Monday.
The Oak Orchard and Wise schools will conduct in-person classes on Monday, as normally scheduled, Kruzynski said.
Lyndonville also is shifting to remote learning for grades 9-12 on Monday after the district was notified today that a high school student tested positive for Covid-19.