By: KDKA-TV News Staff
BUTLER, Pa. (KDKA) – Another district is switching some of its students to online-only learning.READ MORE: Whitehall Man Who Threatened To Attack CIA Pleads Guilty To Gun, Explosive Charges
The Butler Area School District is moving all middle and high school students to remote learning. Students in grades 7 through 12 will log in for class from Tuesday through at least Friday.
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It’s a move that comes because of a spike in coronavirus cases within the district and the community it serves, the superintendent says.
According to a message from the superintendent, “members of the learning community” have tested positive for coronavirus and numerous employees have been quarantined over the past week.MORE NEWS: Pittsburgh City Council Hosting Community Meetings On American Rescue Plan
District leaders plan to re-evaluate next Friday.