Clarksville Public Schools close for onsite learning Monday due to COVID-19 concerns

River Valley News

The closure is "due to the number of staff members that are currently infected or under quarantine due to COVID-19."

Cimmie Hunter, left, and Cadence Ludlow, both 6th graders, arrive at Liberty Elementary School during the first day of class Monday, Aug. 17, 2020, in Murray, Utah. Murray City School District opened its doors Monday offering its 6,300 students a choice among in-person learning, hybrid instruction and distance learning. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

CLARKSVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — Clarksville Public Schools are closed for onsite learning on Monday, September 28 “due to the number of staff members that are currently infected or under quarantine due to COVID-19,” according to a public post from the district on Friday.

The situation will be reevaluated on Monday to determine if schools can reopen or if the district will remain closed to onsite learning.

According to the district, faculty and staff will report as usual to “engage our students through remote learning.”

All students will continue classes at home via Schoology.

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