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Hermon High and Middle Schools switch to remote learning due to rise in COVID-19 cases

In-person learning is expected to resume on Monday, September 20th.
In-person learning is expected to resume on Monday, September 20th.
In-person learning is expected to resume on Monday, September 20th.(Gray tv)
Published: Sep. 9, 2021 at 7:29 AM EDT
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HERMON, Maine (WABI) - A surge of COVID-19 cases at Hermon High and Middle Schools are prompting the district to switch to remote learning.

A letter from the superintendent states there are 13 cases at Hermon Middle School and 21 cases at the high school.

As a result, there is no school Friday for those in grades 5 through 12.

Then beginning Monday, those students will attend virtual classes.

According to the superintendent, a return to in-person learning will take place the following Monday, September 20th.

Hermon’s elementary school will remain in regular sessions.

Thursday afternoon, school administration and school nurses determined athletic events for the time period of 9/9 to 9/19 have been postponed.  There will be no practices and games originally scheduled during this time frame will be rescheduled if possible.

The full statement can be viewed via the link below.

https://www.hhs.hermon.net/article/530889?org=hsd

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