Bangor High School goes remote for second time this month after confirmed coronavirus case
BANGOR, Maine (WABI) - Bangor High School is moving to remote learning for the second time this month after a confirmed case of COVID-19.
The school’s interim superintendent, Kathy Harris-Smedberg made the announcement online Tuesday afternoon.
It is not clear whether the confirmed case is a student or staff member.
Students will return to school on December 7th.
The Mary Snow School is also closed this week due to a positive coronavirus case.
Bangor High School first shut down on November 7th and resumed in-person classes a week later follwing its first coronavirus case of the school year.
To view the school’s full announcement visit this link.
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