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Notre Dame High School switches to online learning after coronavirus cases reported, cancels basketball games, wrestling matches

Written by Mamie M. Arndt

Notre Dame High School in Bethlehem Township has switched to online instruction through Friday after three people tested positive for the coronavirus this week, school officials said.



a clock on the side of a building: Notre Dame High School in Bethlehem Township has switched to online learning for the rest of this week after three people tested positive for the coronavirus.


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Notre Dame High School in Bethlehem Township has switched to online learning for the rest of this week after three people tested positive for the coronavirus.

Officials did not say if it was students, teachers or staff who tested positive, but said the school building will be deep-cleaned before in-person instruction resumes Monday.

Wrestling and boys and girls basketball games Wednesday through Saturday were also canceled.

This isn’t the first coronavirus-related switch to online learning at Notre Dame. Reported cases prompted the building to close during the week of Oct. 21.

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Mamie M. Arndt