TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV)– Due to the amount of critical staff on quarantine, the Vigo County School Corporation announces Davis Park Elementary School and Terre Haute South High School will move to remote learning starting Thursday, Nov. 5.
A positive case involving a staff member at Davis Park Elementary resulted in a significant amount of staff quarantines.
Terre Haute South High School was previously on a watchlist for remote learning due to staff quarantines and absences. Honey Creek Middle School remains on the district’s watchlist for staff absences, but the school corporation says remote learning is not necessary at this time.
Students may stop by either school during school hours to retrieve necessary materials and Chromebooks. Students may pick up a free grab-and-go breakfast and lunch at each school from 11 a.m. until noon. Staff members who are able to report to the building will be on campus during normal school hours.
Teachers will communicate daily with all students to take attendance and to provide specific guidance about remote learning lessons. WiFi-enabled buses will be deployed in each school’s area and a list of those buses will be available later today at vigoschools.org.