Wyoming Valley West School District will be moving to virtual learning due to COVID-19

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LUZERNE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) – The Wyoming Valley West School District will be moving to virtual learning after the district was informed of numerous cases of COVID-19.

Superintendent David Tosh confirms all students will be moving to online learning due to a number of positive cases of COVID-19 that occurred over the weekend. There were also a number of people who were in close contact with those tested positive who are now in quarantine.

He also states that Luzerne County is switching from a moderate case spread to a substantial case spread. This is a contributing factor in moving classes to virtual.

Wyoming Valley West schools will be switching to virtual learning starting Monday, October 26 for the next two weeks.

On Friday, November 6th a decision will be made by the school district to return to in-person instruction or continue with online learning only.

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