KOSCIUSKO, Miss. (WJTV) – According to Breezy News, Kosciusko High School will be virtual only for the next two weeks due to rising COVID-19 cases at the school.
Superintendent Billy Ellzey sent the following statement:
Following advice from health officials and out of an abundance of caution Kosciusko High School will switch to virtual learning beginning September 28 and continue through October 9.
Students who need devices for virtual learning will be able to pick those up on Tuesday at Kosciusko High School.
All extracurricular activities will be canceled during this two week period as well.
This is only for Kosciusko High School students, all other students may come to school as normal, including the siblings of high school students. Thank you for your understanding and patience as we work together in keeping students and staff safe.”Superintendent Billy Ellzey, Kosciusko School District
Last week, one class at Kosciusko High School was quarantined due to a COVID-19 outbreak.
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