Hot Springs schools moving to temporary remote learning

Hot Springs
Posted at 2:40 PM, Dec 14, 2020

HOT SPRINGS — The Hot Springs School District has announced a temporary move to remote learning due to COVID-19.

Superintendent Gerald Chouinard states in a letter to parents that the District was alerted to a positive COVID-19 test on Monday.

The student was last in person-to-person contact with Hot Springs students and staff on Dec. 11.

Chouinard added that “there are a significant number of staff members that have been identified as close contacts, and thus will need to quarantine for the next 14 days.”

Hot Springs School District that remote learning will last through Dec. 23 and will switch back to in-person learning on Monday, January 4, 2021.

District officials plan to perform a “complete cleaning the school and other related facilities,” according to the letter.