Three Rivers middle and high schools begin remote learning

Three Rivers High School and middle school are incorporating remote learning the rest of the week due to a staffing shortage.

Interim superintendent Nikki Nash reported five positive COVID-19 cases – four students and one staff member at four different schools. The district’s four elementary schools have remained and will continue to remain open to in-person learning.

Nash said all precautions are being followed to limit the potential spread of COVID-19 and health department recommendations are being followed.

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