WESTMORELAND, N.Y. – The Westmoreland Central School District switched to remote learning Tuesday after three more members of the district community tested positive for COVID-19.
According to Superintendent Rocco Migliori, two of the cases are at the elementary school and one is in Cohort B at the junior/senior high school.
The Oneida County Health Department will directly contact anyone who was exposed and advise them on quarantining.
The district will continue fully remote learning the week following Thanksgiving break, from Nov. 30 – Dec. 4. They will also go remote following Christmas break, from Jan. 4 – 8.
According to the state COVID-19 Report Card, nine students have tested positive in the district since Sept. 8, and four of the positive results came in the past week.
The district will post any further updates to its website and social media.