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A Norwalk school will remain on a fully remote learning model for at least another week.

News 12 Staff

Nov 7, 2020, 4:52 PM

Updated 1,318 days ago

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A Norwalk school will remain on a fully remote learning model for at least another week.
Roton Middle School will not hold in-person classes until Nov. 19.
The school district says a number of school staff are in quarantine after contact tracing was done when someone tested positive for the coronavirus.
It was decided the school was no longer able to operate effectively with so many employees out.
Meanwhile, schools in Brookfield will remain on a hybrid schedule next week as coronavirus cases continue to rise.
Students in grades K-8 were supposed to return to full in-person learning next week, but that has been postponed.
Brookfield High School will continue its hybrid schedule through November 13.


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