Maple Grove Middle, High School Moving To Remote Learning Starting Tuesday

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BEMUS POINT – Maple Grove Middle/High School will be moving to remote learning starting on Tuesday after another person connected to the district tested positive for COVID-19.

Bemus Point Central School District Superintendent Joseph Reyda announced the news to parents in an email on Monday night.






“Please know that we are working with the Chautauqua County Department of Health and providing you with all relevant and permissible information,” wrote Superintendent Reyda. “All contact tracing has been completed and all potentially affected individuals have been contacted.”

Reyda says virtual instruction will last through Friday, November 6 because of a staffing issue and not an outbreak of the virus at the facility.





On Sunday the Superintendent announced that the district’s elementary school transitioned to remote learning because of a similar “staffing issue” at the school.

There will be a parent community meeting for all Maple Grove parents Tuesday at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. to discuss the next two weeks. The Zoom link will be posted on the district website.











 

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