LOUISA COUNTY, Va. (WVIR) - Louisa County Public Schools announced Monday it will transition to fully remote learning beginning Thursday.
The superintendent told families the plan for virtual instruction will last through Friday, January 29.
In a letter, he explained the reason behind the move: they do not have the staff necessary. A large number of school employees are quarantined right now due to being in close contact with COVID-19 positive people, who are not connected to the school system.
Blended learning students are downloading assignments this week for the next few days and complete asynchronous content. LCPS Virtual Academy students will continue with their regularly assigned schedule. Teachers will provide further instruction.
Meals will also be made available through a drive-thru, pick-up model on Wednesday and Friday this week.
The letter from the superintendent is available here.