Every school in Steuben County will be closed for a few weeks because of COVID-19 Coronavirus.
It was announced by Metropolitan School District of Steuben County Superintendent Brent Wilson via a letter Sunday, that let parents know what the plan is for the coming weeks for students in the district.
It was reiterated though, that there are no cases in the district or in Steuben County.
The letter read, "After careful consideration, I believe it is best if MSD of Steuben County transitions to eLearning next week in light of the growing concerns over COVID-19. We will have a typical day of school Monday, March 16 so our staff and students can prepare for the rest of the week."
The district will utilize eLearning days on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday to keep students engaged in the learning process through the end of the third quarter of the school year.
A waiver day will be used for this coming Friday.
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