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These are the schools in NE Indiana moving to eLearning due to the spread of COVID-19

These are the schools in NE Indiana moving to eLearning due to the spread of COVID-19

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(WANE)) — Rising cases of COVID-19 and staff shortages are driving several schools in northeast Indiana to switch to eLearning in the coming days. Here is the list of schools in the area that have already switched to virtual learning, or are planning to do so in the coming days:

Community Schools in North Adams

North Adams Community Schools has moved to: virtual learning for Thursday and Friday January 13 and 14 due to exposure to COVID-19 and flu cases.

Carroll High School

Northwest Allen County Schools also announced that Carroll Middle School will hold an eLearning day on Friday due to staff shortages caused by the virus.

“We won’t be able to safely staff and monitor the building tomorrow, so our best option today is to use eLearning,” wrote Brandon Basham, principal of Carroll Middle School.

In a letter to the parents of Carroll Middle School, the district added that they will be sending home meal packages with the students on Thursday. If other meal arrangements are needed, parents are encouraged to call (260) 637-5159 between 8:00 AM and 3:00 PM

Central Noble High School

Central Noble Superintendent Troy Gaff has announced that the Junior-Senior high school will move to virtual learning on Friday, January 14 due to a high number of positive cases and quarantines.

“The current situation has led to logistical, educational and personnel problems in the building,” Chief Inspector Gaff wrote.

The base and primary buildings will continue to provide personal instruction. The district plans to reopen the high school on Monday, January 17.

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