Pair of Capital Region schools switch to remote learning
Two schools in the region are moving to remote learning this week.
In Cambridge, all students will learn from home Monday and Tuesday to allow for contact tracing to be completed due to COVID cases in the district.
The plan is to resume in-person learning next Monday.
In South Glens Falls, middle and high school students will be remote. The district tells NewsChannel 13 this is "due to staffing concerns caused by a lack of substitute teachers and quarantines."
Elementary students in the district will continue with in-person learning.