All schools in Three Rivers go remote

Tuesday, November 25th, marks the second day Three Rivers Community Schools has switched to remote for all students.

Superintendent Ron Moag announced the move last week. He said the district-wide remote learning started Monday and will continue at least two weeks. The district previously had discontinued in-person learning for high school and middle school students effective Nov. 16

Moag said contact tracing from a Norton Elementary teacher who tested positive for COVID resulted in the conclusion that a high number of staff members would have to be quarantined.

Norton was closed Thursday and Friday last week, while the district’s other three elementary schools were closed Friday to prepare for the switch to remote learning.

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