2 Manchester schools switch to remote learning after staff members test positive for COVID-19

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MANCHESTER, Conn. (WTNH) — Two Manchester schools will switch to remote learning after staff members at both buildings have tested positive for coronavirus.

Superintendent of Schools Matt Geary confirmed a staff member at Keeney School and Bowers School have tested positive for COVID-19.

In turn, both Keeney and Bowers schools will move to full remote learning starting Friday, Dec. 4.

Students will follow the same schedule as the hybrid model except students are online with teachers. 

Those who have come into close contact with either individual will be notified.

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