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COVID-19: New Schools In Rockland, Orange Counties Go Remote After Positive Tests

West Haverstraw Elementary was among schools in the Hudson Valley transitioning to remote learning due to positive COVID-19 cases.
West Haverstraw Elementary was among schools in the Hudson Valley transitioning to remote learning due to positive COVID-19 cases. Photo Credit: West Haverstraw PTA

A pair of Hudson Valley schools have been forced to transition to remote learning after receiving news of positive COVID-19 cases.

West Haverstraw Elementary School announced that a second staff member has tested positive for the virus, prompting the district to announce that it will be entering temporary remote learning as of Wednesday, Oct. 21.

At E J Russell Elementary in Pine Bush, the district announced that the school would be going to virtual instruction beginning on Wednesday through at least Friday, Oct. 30 after a positive test was confirmed.

In-person hybrid learning is expected to resume on Monday, Nov. 2. 

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