CLINTON COUNTY — The Clinton Central School Corporation is temporarily moving to e-learning due to an increase in the number of students considered a close contact.
About 25 percent of the junior/senior high school students are required to quarantine because they are considered close contacts, superintendent Al Remaly said in an email.
Junior/senior high school students will move to e-learning for two weeks and then are expected to return to a hybrid schedule, Remaly said. Elementary school students will move to e-learning for one week then return to a normal schedule.
At least 10 people in the district have tested positive for COVID-19 since the beginning of the school year, Remaly said.