The building will not close, but the sixth grade will move to virtual learning.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

BUTLER (KDKA) – The sixth grade at Holy Sepulcher School in Butler will move to virtual learning for the next two weeks due to a positive case of coronavirus.

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According to the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh, the school was notified that a person associated with the class had tested positive for COVID-19.

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Only the sixth grade will move to virtual learning, after consulting with the Pennsylvania Department of Health, the decision was made not to close the building.

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“Please know we are taking the above action as the health and well-being of our students, staff, and families is of utmost importance to us. I know this is a challenge for families and greatly appreciate their patience, flexibility, and support as we continue to work hard to navigate through these challenging times,” said Ashley Bauer, principal.