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Middletown High School to stop in-person classes because of coronavirus

Journal-News |

City school officials sent a message to parents this afternoon announcing the immediate shutdown of in-person classes at the end of today’s school schedule.

The high school’s 1,370 students will now have to learn remotely from home through the rest of the fall semester, which will end Dec. 18 as the 6,300-student district then goes into winter break through early January, said officials.

The lack of teachers at the high school, many of which are held out from work due to coronavirus quarantine requirements, played a role in switching to all remote learning, said officials.

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