PANOLA COUNTY, Miss. — A local high school is going virtual for 14 days after an outbreak of the coronavirus.
The South Panola School District has decided that because of the number of both positive COVID-19 cases and close contacts that South Panola High School will transition to distance learning for a 14 day period beginning Monday.
Teachers and staff will continue to report to the school and provide instruction from their classrooms, a release said.
According to officials, students should be prepared to log in to Google Classroom for live instruction, activities, and assignments throughout each day.
A link to live schedules can be found under the Distance Learning During Quarantine tab on the SPSD website, school leaders said.
Parents of students without internet access should contact South Panola High School at 563-4756.
Students may pick up lunches at the SPSD Grab and Go meals drive-thru located at the back of the SPHS Cafeteria from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
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