School in Plum SD will move to remote learning for 2 weeks following COVID-19 cases

School in Plum SD will move to remote learning for 2 weeks following COVID-19 cases
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PLUM, Pa. — A school in the Plum School District will move to remote learning after two staff members tested positive for COVID-19, according to our partners at the Trib.

OBlock junior high school will stay closed for two weeks.

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The district reported a staff member at the high school also tested positive this weekend, according to the Trib, and 12 people who came in close contact with that person will quarantine for 14 days.

A high school student also tested positive on Friday.

Local school district will continue online learning for second half of school year