RCSD asks kids to bring home technology over winter break – Spectrum News

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The Rochester City School District is asking students to bring home their remote learning technology on winter break.
That’s in case schools need to be closed due to COVID-19.
With positive COVID cases on the rise, we are asking all students to bring home their technology during the break. While no decision has been made to shift to remote learning, we want to ensure that everyone is fully prepared.
The district emphasized on Twitter Tuesday that the current plan is to have students return to in-person learning on January 3.
The school says the move is just to prepare for the possibility if cases are to rise dramatically.
District officials say if there is a shift to remote learning, a notification will be sent out immediately.