Following their Thanksgiving break, Burrell School District will move to remote learning for 2 weeks.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

LOWER BURRELL (KDKA) – Burrell School District will be moving to remote learning following the district’s Thanksgiving break.

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According to Burrell School District’s Superintendent Dr. Shannon Wagner, the district has reported four positive COVID-19 cases in the past week and in response to that, will take the next five days to provide families and students with information on how remote learning will work.

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While remote learning will be in place for two weeks between December 1 and December 14, Dr. Wagner emphasized that it is not a full school closure and will continue to work with their clubs as well as athletics “as long as feasible.”

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Then, following returning to in-person instruction on December 15, the district will again move to remote learning following winter break from January 4 until January 15 with in-person instruction beginning again on Tuesday, January 19.