LEXINGTON -- Lexington High School will move to remote learning, beginning Monday, Nov. 16, and continuing through Tuesday, Nov. 24, the district announced Thursday.
In-person classes at the high school will resume Monday, Nov. 30, after the Thanksgiving holiday break.
The move, which only involves the high school, is due to "an increase in general illnesses, COVID-related illness and absences, staff health and lack of substitutes," Lexington Local Schools Supt. Jeremy Secrist posted on the district website.
"Currently, we are allowing athletics and activities to continue, but the health of our students and coaches will be monitored daily. All other buildings will continue to provide in-person learning at this time," Secrist wrote.
Any parents with questions and contact the high school office or the superintendent's office, Secrist posted.