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More schools switch to remote learning after positive coronavirus cases

More coronavirus cases are affecting teaching plans at schools across the Hudson Valley.

News 12 Staff

Oct 20, 2020, 11:20 AM

Updated 1,337 days ago

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More coronavirus cases are affecting teaching plans at schools across the Hudson Valley.
News 12 has been told that someone tested positive inside John F. Kennedy Elementary School in Port Chester while they were infectious. Students will learn remotely today while the building is disinfected.
Cornwall Central High School will also shift to virtual learning today and tomorrow after a student tested positive. 
A student from the Eugenio Maria deHostos MicroSociety School in Yonkers has also tested positive. Students and teachers in grades 7 and 8 will be remote until next Wednesday.
There is also a confirmed coronavirus case at Alice E. Grady Elementary School in Elmsford.


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