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After closing Monday and Tuesday due to a shortage in personnel able to staff classrooms, the Jamestown C-1 School announced Tuesday afternoon it would remain closed Wednesday due to an increase in new COVID-19 cases among staff and students.

Jamestown Superintendent Gretchen Guitard said the district is waiting for results from multiple COVID-19 tests for staff and students as of Tuesday afternoon and will continue with remote learning at least through Wednesday.

Staff will continue posting assignments on Google Classroom so students will have access to daily assignments and homework. If any additional resources, or a Chromebook or iPad, need to be picked up from the school, parents may call the front office at 660-849-2141 or email [email protected] to arrange a time.

"We will make decisions about the remainder of the week as details are provided to us," Guitard said in a news release Tuesday. "Thank you for your support in making this week as successful as possible. We are hopeful to return to in-seat instruction as soon as possible."

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