LYNCHBURG, Va. (WFXR) – Lynchburg City Schools have announced that E.C. Glass High School will transition to temporary remote learning for all students due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19.
“This decision was not made lightly and we understand that this may be a hardship for some families, however, the health and safety of our students and staff must be taken into account. We have shared our plans with the Virginia Department of Health. We believe this is the right step to take for the health and safety of our students, families, staff, and the community at large at this time.”Statement from Lynchburg City Schools
Starting on Wednesday, Jan. 12, E.C. Glass High School will move forward with fully remote learning. This is expected to continue through Friday, Jan. 14.
No extracurricular activities, nor any athletics will take place during this time.
The district says they expect in-person instruction to resume on Tuesday, Jan. 18.
This revision only affects E.C. Glass High School and no other schools in the district.