HANOVER Co., Va. (WWBT) - Hanover High School plans to reopen for in-person learning on Jan. 4 after it went virtual in December.
All virtual learning came after an increase in COVID-19 cases led to significant staffing issues.
“Following the week of remote learning and Winter Break, those staffing limitations have been resolved, and we are able to resume face-to-face instruction,” an update from school officials said.
Winter sports will also begin on Jan. 4
“We will continue to carefully monitor the number of positive COVID-19 cases and related effects at HHS and every school and will revisit the status of face-to-face learning should that become necessary. The decision to suspend in-person instruction at HHS temporarily was not made lightly, and it serves as a profound reminder that our ability to offer face-to-face learning is fragile given the ever-changing nature of the COVID-19 pandemic,” administrators said.
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