UPDATE 7:02 p.m.: Pulaski County Middle School will have students returning to the classrooms on Wednesday.
School officials made the decision later Tuesday evening to have students return to regular in-person. They posted the news on their Facebook page.
UPDATE 12:49 p.m.: According to Pulaski County Public Schools, elementary school bus routes are expected to run up to 30 minutes earlier Tuesday afternoon because of Pulaski County Middle School operating virtually.
PULASKI COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — School officials say that Pulaski County Middle School is set to hold a virtual learning day on Tuesday because of a staffing shortage caused by coronavirus-related absences.
According to Pulaski County Public Schools, the middle school will be “closed with a Code 2 synchronous virtual day” on Tuesday, Sept. 7.
However, the district says students should log on to Canvas by 8:30 a.m. to start remote instruction for the day.
The Pulaski County Public Schools coronavirus dashboard says there have been four positive cases at Pulaski County Middle School “this week” — although there was no specific date listed — and 14 positive cases at the school during the 2021-2022 school year.
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