VIGO Co., Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Vigo County School Officials announced Saturday Sugar Creek Consolidated Elementary School will move to remote learning from November 9-November 16.
They said this is due to the amount of critical staff absent or on quarantine.
Students may stop by Sugar Creek Consolidated Elementary School during school hours to retrieve necessary materials and Chromebooks.
Students can also pick up a free grab-and-go breakfast and lunch at the school daily from 11 a.m.-noon.
Staff members who are able to report to the building will be on campus during normal school hours.
Teachers will communicate daily with all students to take attendance and to provide specific guidance about remote learning lessons.
A list of WiFi-enabled buses that will be deployed throughout the county is available at vigoschools.org.
A number of students of staff have also tested positive for COVID-19:
- West Vigo Middle School: 1 student
- Sugar Creek Consolidated Elementary School: 2 staff members
- Terre Haute South High School: 1 staff member
The Vigo County School Corporation is working with the Vigo County Health Department and assisting contact tracers as they identify any close contacts.
Students and staff have been notified, and will only need to quarantine if notified by a contact tracer.