Anderson moves to e-learning after high tally of staff COVID absences
ANDERSON, Ind. (WISH) — Anderson Community School announced Monday night it will have virtual learning on Tuesday.
The Madison County district of 6,800 students northeast of Indianapolis cited a high number of COVID-19-related absences of staff.
The district, which has 11 schools, also says students can direct questions to teachers virtually from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday.
Madison County was listed as “red,” the highest advisory level, on the weekly county map from the Indiana Department of Health, reporting an 18.88% seven-day positivity rate.