Bethlehem High School Going to Remote Learning This Week Due to COVID-19


Photo: News 10 ABC

Photo: News 10 ABC

Students at Bethlehem High School will be taking their classes remotely for at least this week.

The district says more than 70 students and teachers may have been exposed to coronavirus and are already under quarantine. There have now been five confirmed COVID-19 cases at the High School, all among those who were on campus during the past week. A decision on when in-person instruction will resume is expected to be made at the end of the week. Meanwhile, all students in grades K through 12 in the Ichabod Crane School District will stay home Monday as the Columbia County Department of Health conducts contact tracing after a student in the Primary School tested positive for COVID-19. All district buildings are closed Monday.