Cottonwood Union School District announces switch to distance learning

Starting Thursday, the Cottonwood Union School District will move to distance learning until after Thanksgiving.

Posted: Nov 10, 2020 3:14 PM
Updated: Nov 10, 2020 3:14 PM

COTTONWOOD, Calif. – Starting Thursday, Nov. 12, the Cottonwood Union School District will move to distance learning until after Thanksgiving.

The school district made the announcement on Tuesday. The district said kids will be back on campus Monday, Nov. 30.

The school offices are set to remain open for assistance if needed. There will also be drive-thru lunches available for all students, details on that are expected soon, according to the district.

The message to parents on the school district website does not mention that this is related to the coronavirus. Action News Now is waiting to hear back from the superintendent.

Currently, Shasta and Tehama counties are in the state’s most restrictive purple tier for COVID-19.

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