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Dansville Central School close on Friday, November 19, and will be switching to remote learning starting Monday, which will last at least through Nov. 30.
The reason for the switch to remote learning is that the small school now has 44 Covid cases among staff and students (33 students and 11 staff members, causing staff shortages, as well as a higher potential for spreading Covid 19 among school students. The number of Covid cases represents about 25% of the active cases in Livingston County.
The school has seen the highest rate of Covid infection since the pandemic began, and so will use Friday, Nov. 19 to clean and disinfect buses and buildings, and prepare for remote access starting Monday.
The announcement of the Friday closure was made on Thursday, and students were sent home with needed materials to begin remote learning. District officials noted they were being proactive, because with all the cases already in progress, and symptoms not showing for 3-5 days, they felt it expedient to close before the Thanksgiving holiday.
The Livingston County Department of Health vaccine clinic which was scheduled for children on Saturday will still be held.