Craig County Schools to hold remote learning day Monday due to contact tracing


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CRAIG COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — In order to conduct contact tracing within the school district, Craig County public school officials say students will be learning virtually on Monday.

According to Craig County Public Schools, even though Monday, Oct. 4 will be a remote instruction day, all teachers and staff are still asked report to work following their normal schedule.

The district says that meals will be available for pickup between 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. on Monday.

Meanwhile, school officials say that students who attend Governor’s School and Botetourt Technical Education Center will still follow their normal schedule, but parents will need to provide transportation to the school.

In addition, Monday evening’s volleyball game will reportedly be played as scheduled.

This news comes after Craig County Public Schools held multiple remote learning days in September following contact tracing or due to staff shortages.

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