By: KDKA-TV News Staff
CANONSBURG, Pa. (KDKA) — Canon-McMillan High School is temporarily closing after another coronavirus case was reported, the district announced Friday night.READ MORE: Gov. Tom Wolf Visits East Liberty To Promote Affordable Health Care
In a letter on the school district’s website, the district said there are now four active cases at the high school: three students and one teacher. The district said more teachers are awaiting test results, which could lead to additional positive cases.READ MORE: President Joe Biden Pleads With States To Use COVID-19 Relief Money To Pay People To Get Vaccinated
The school is moving from its hybrid model to an online model that will last through Nov. 6.
“The building will reopen to students and staff for in-person instruction on Monday, November 9, 2020. This closure applies to all sports and extracurricular activities occurring at the high school immediately. The away playoff volleyball game will continue as scheduled as long as everyone participating is not symptomatic,” the district said in the letter.MORE NEWS: Eviction Moratorium Update: Without An Extension, What Happens To Renters After July 31?
Read the full letter here.