MOUNT CARMEL, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU-TV) Officials with the Mount Carmel Area School District announced Tuesday that students will shift to hybrid learning after multiple cases of COVID-19 were identified.
The district says it now has four positive cases. School buildings closed to all students and staff on Monday after the first cases of COVID-19 emerged.
Students began hybrid learning on September 2 and will continue to do so until September 11. Pre-k, K, 1st and 2nd grade classrooms will continue to meet in-person with social distancing and face coverings required.
A hybrid schedule can be found on Mount Carmel Area School District’s website.
Administration says if additional COVID-19-related cases arise, they will release new guidance and require additional virtual days.