Two Diamond View cohorts move to distance learning

Two Diamond View Middle School cohorts moved into distance learning this week following positive COVID-19 tests, the school announced.

The seventh grade Orange Cohort moved to a two-week distance learning from Jan. 12 through Jan. 27, and the sixth grade yellow cohort moved to distance learning from Jan. 13 through Jan. 27.

“If for any reason your student does not have access to a computer, please come by the Diamond View School to check out a Chromebook,” the announcement read.

The office is open starting at 7:30 p.m. If children don’t have access to the Internet, call 257-5144.

Additionally, students on IEPs or other identified special programs may come to school for alternative placement and assistance.

“Please contact the school if you have any questions regarding distance learning and we will be happy to assist you through this process,” continued the announcement.

Other schools in the county have also enacted their plans following positive cases.

Last week, Johnstonville Elementary moved to distance learning from Jan. 8 and returning Jan. 19.

Wednesday, Lassen High School announced it was moving to distance learning for three school days and returning to an A/B split schedule Wednesday, Jan. 20.

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