On Thursday, a statement was released by Superintendent Larry James of the Martin County School District saying that due to positive cases in the Martin County School District, the district will return to virtual learning Friday, October 16.
A positive case was reported at each of the following schools: Warfield Elementary, Martin County Middle School and Martin County High School.
Martin County Schools are following the health department’s guidelines, proceeding with contact tracing and cleaning to help stop the spread of the virus.
Resuming in-person learning will be considered as cases begin to decline.
Meal delivery will begin Monday and they will be delivered each day during the week.
Students in Pike County will be returning to virtual learning Monday after the county turned red on the state health department’s COVID-19 case map.
The school system made that announcement last night, saying the school system will be suspending all in-person learning and activities after Friday.
School officials say students should report to school Friday to transition to remote learning.