Central High School returns to all virtual
Shenandoah County’s Central High School will temporarily transition to entirely virtual learning due to COVID-19 staff absences.
On Thursday Shenandoah County Health Department informed Shenandoah County Schools that a staff member at Central High School had tested positive for COVID-19 and Friday a second staff member tested positive.
All of the cases appear to be from events held outside of the schools in the community.
Shenandoah County Public Schools plans to transition Central High School students back to the hybrid model on October 26, depending on staff availability.
In the meantime students will learn entirely virtually via Schoology platform.
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