UTICA, N.Y. --- Notre Dame High School will be switching to remote learning on Monday after a high school student tested positive for COVID-19. Kane said the decision to go virtual was made to prevent further spread within the school.
Executive Principal Roy Kane said this is just for the high school. The elementary school will still have in-person learning.
Notre Dame schools have been running all of their classes in person since schools were allowed to reopen.
High School students will be remote until January 4th.