Lynchburg City Schools students, teachers will work remotely Monday due to fuel shortage

Lynchburg & Central Virginia News

LYNCHBURG, Va. (WFXR) — Lynchburg City Schools says teachers will be working remotely on Monday after fuel shortages were reported across the region.

Although fuel is moving through the Colonial Pipeline, the school district says it recognizes there may be a few days before gas station services are back to normal and employees may have difficulty getting to work due to the shortage.

All students will continue with their remote-learning lessons on Monday, May 17.

Teachers will be logging into Seesaw and Google Classroom, and student attendance will be taken.

Students who were scheduled to take SOL tests or would have been in the buildings Monday will be learning remotely. SOL testing will be rescheduled at a later date.

There will be no meal delivery or curbside meal service.

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