Homer Brink Elementary extends remote learning after new COVID-19 case


Homer Brink Elementary extends remote learning after new COVID-19 case

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ENDWELL (WBNG) — Homer Brink Elementary School will be extending remote learning for another week after another positive COVID-19 case.

The school will now use a remote learning model through Friday, October 30.

The decision comes after the Maine-Endwell Central School District announced there was a confirmed COVID-19 case involving a staff member at Homer Brink. The district was notified of the case on Monday night.

Earlier this week, MECSD moved Homer Brink to remote learning until Friday, October 23, after four staff members and an off-campus BOCES student within the district tested positive for the coronavirus.

MECSD is working with the Broome County Health Department on proper procedures for all faculty, staff, and students regarding quarantining and testing.

The district’s superintendent says families will continue to be notified of changes made to the school schedule.

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Homer Brink Elementary extends remote learning after new COVID-19 case

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