Oneonta City Schools move to remote learning amid increasing COVID-19 cases

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ONEONTA, Ala. (WIAT) — Oneonta City Schools will move to remote learning after an increase of COVID-19 cases among the schools.

In a release, the school said, “Due to the increasing number of COVID related illnesses, the Oneonta City School System will move to remote learning for all students in grades K-12 beginning Thursday, Nov. 12.”

In addition, students who are currently attending classes on campus will return to in-person learning on Tuesday, Dec. 1.

At this time, the school system has arranged a schedule for curbside meal deliveries on the following days.

  • Monday, November 16
  • Friday, November 20
  • Monday, November 20

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