Meadville Area Senior High School and First District Elementary School to go remote for the next two days

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Breaking news out of Meadville tonight.

Officials with the Crawford County Central School District announced a change for students at two schools.

Classes at Meadville Area Senior High School and First District Elementary School will go remote for the next two days.

The district has also canceled athletic events for the next 72 hours.

According to a post on the district’s Facebook page, a teacher at the high school and student at first district have tested positive for COVID-19.

The school will be closed tomorrow and Friday to allow for cleaning and contact tracing. Students will learn remotely during this time.

According to the school district’s website, students will be taught remotely for the next 2 days and should be logged onto their computers or iPads each day as if they were attending a normal school day.

The school district also announced that meals for the next two days for both schools will be available for pickup from noon until 1 p.m. On Thursday at the Meadville Area Senior High School over at door 14.

For more information and updates on these schools click here.

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