Vance County Middle School is the latest area school to fall victim to the raging omicron variant and school officials announced that middle school students will shift to remote instruction for the first part of next week.
According to information posted Friday afternoon on the school system’s social media page, which stated, in part: “In an effort to mitigate the rapid increase of staff and student COVID-19 cases” reported at VCMS, students will not have in-person instruction on Monday, Jan. 10 and Tuesday, Jan. 11.
Families with students at VCMS will be contacted over the weekend with details, according to information posted about 3 p.m. Friday.
At this time, all other VCS schools will continue on a normal schedule with in-person instruction.
VCMS students are instructed to login with their teacher at their designated class time.