An elementary school in Marshfield is returning to remote learning for at least two weeks after multiple positive COVID cases.
Daniel Webster Elementary School has six positive COVID-19 cases, the Patriot Ledger reported, leaving a number of staff having to quarantine due to close contact with the people with positive case.
“With six positive cases of COVID-19 at the DWS within the past five days, and the subsequent quarantine requirements of close contacts, we do not have the necessary staffing to safely keep the building open and adequately educate our students in the hybrid model,” Superintendent Jeff Granatino said, according to the newspaper.
The district administration will revisit the decision before the two week period is up to decide if it is safe to re-open the school, the newspaper said.
This is not the first time a Massachusetts school has moved to remote learning due to a lack of staff