Montgomery Co. Shift to Virtual Learning Due to COVID-19 Spikes

Montgomery Co. Shift to Virtual Learning Due to COVID-19 Spikes

Montgomery Co. Shift to Virtual Learning Due to COVID-19 Spikes

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School going VirialPhiladelphia, PA - On November 23rd, the Montgomery County Board of Health has mandated all public and private schools in the county to begin virtual instruction for two weeks. The Montgomery County order will go into effect at all K-12 schools, including Private, Parochial, and Charter schools, in over twenty school districts thought the county.


Montgomery County Goes Virtual Learning

The extreme measure resulted from a recent spike in COVID-19 cases, despite resentment expressed by several parents and school administrators. The board of health vote was unanimous and will require all county schools to go virtual starting from November 23rd to December 6th.

All after school activities will also be suspended during the shout down, including all sports and extracurricular activities. The board also said the motion was intended to protect staff and students from the rising COVID-19 rates throughout the county.


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