After 107 COVID encounters, Bradley schools go remote till 2021


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BRADLEY – School officials in Bradley announced Friday afternoon District 61 students will go remote through the start of the next school year.

In a letter to parents Friday afternoon, Superintendent Dr. Scott Goselin outlined the situation.

“As of this week, our district has a total of 35 positive staff and student cases (24 staff and 11 students), with forty-six staff members and twenty-six students currently isolating due to COVID testing, out ill, or quarantining due to being a close contact. This is making it very difficult to properly staff our schools and provide the best education for our students.” Dr. Goselin explained. “As of now, schools will resume on Tuesday, January 5th following the in-person model that has been in effect since the start of the school year.”

Goselin added parents should continue to notify school nurses if a child tests positive for COVID-19.


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