Centreville Public Schools Superintendent Stephanie Lemmer announced late last week that the district will return to face-to-face instruction for students in the elementary school.
Students in the high school building, however, will remain in virtual-learning mode for the entire week. Lemmer over the weekend announced the district’s three kindergarten sections will be learning remotely due to positive COVID cases.
The 850-student district had switched to virtual learning Wednesday through Friday last week in an effort to stop the spread of illness among its staff and students. Lemmer said the district will be closely monitoring the health of its students and staff this week, and make the decision to remain in-person on a day-to-day basis.