2 Randolph County schools temporarily move to remote learning over ‘COVID-19 issues’

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RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) — Southwestern Randolph Middle School and Eastern Randolph High School will temporarily move to remote learning due to “COVID-19 issues on the school’s campus.”

Remote instruction starts on Wednesday and will run through Sept. 24.

The schools said COVID-19 has caused a reduced number of staff members available to operate the school with in-person instruction.

To read Southwestern Randolph Middle School’s full message, click here.

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