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More school districts across the Hudson Valley are switching to remote learning as cases continue to rise across the state.

News 12 Staff

Nov 20, 2020, 1:15 PM

Updated 1,310 days ago

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More school districts across the Hudson Valley are switching to remote learning as cases continue to rise across the state.
All schools in Putnam Valley are going fully remote today.
Schools in Cornwall are pausing in-person learning after Thanksgiving. They will go fully remote on Nov. 30 and return to a hybrid learning model on Dec. 7.
Students at Monroe-Woodbury Central School District will begin remote learning on Nov. 30 until Dec. 11. An in-person hybrid learning model will run from Dec. 14 to Dec. 23 before going back to remote learning from Jan. 4 to Jan. 15.
Students will return to the building on Jan. 19.
Arlington High School is also going to remote learning until Nov. 30 after students tested positive for coronavirus.
District officials say a "high number" of students and staff will need to quarantine.


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