By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The kindergarten class at Saint Bede Catholic School in Point Breeze is moving to remote learning until after Christmas break due to a person involved with the class tested positive for COVID-19.

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Beginning today and lasting through Christmas break, the class will be fully remote.

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“We have a plan in place which was implemented for the safety of all students, teachers, and staff, the kindergarten class will begin their remote learning today,” said Sister Daniela Bronka, principal.

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Families were informed of the change this morning and the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh is following all local, state, and federal directives including mask-wearing, social distancing, and regular cleaning and disinfecting.