Friday night, Tuloso-Midway ISD announced they would be switching to remote learning after five people tested positive for COVID-19 within the span of a week.
The district said students will start learning remotely starting Nov. 16, and will “tentatively return” to campus on Nov. 30.
While students are learning remotely, the high school will be deep-cleaned and disinfected. Staff will still report on-campus for remote instruction.
This change is only affecting Tuloso-Midway High School at this time.