Geneva High, Middle schools to move to virtual learning due to COVID-19

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GENEVA, Ala. (WDHN) — Geneva City Schools is placing its high school and middle on virtual learning starting this Thursday, according to Superintendent Ron Snell.

This comes after a spike in positive COVID-19 cases and quarantines, causing a staff shortage in both schools. Last Friday, there were 10 cases reported in the system by the Alabama State Department of Education.

Both schools will be in virtual learning next Tuesday. Packets will be available this Wednesday while students still attend in-person classes.

Mulkey Elementary School will remain open, and buses will run on schedule for them. There will not be a virtual day Jan. 29.

Students who attend GTech will need to report to the school if they can find transportation. Sack lunches will be available on the virtual days and can be picked up at the lunchroom for both the high school and middle school.

If you have other questions, call your child’s respective school.

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