More New Hampshire schools are switching to remote learning either as a precaution or because of positive cases of COVID-19.>> Download the free WMUR appThe Merrimack School District decided Thursday to transition to remote learning the Monday after Thanksgiving. Students will learn remotely until the day after Martin Luther King Jr. weekend in January.Administrators made the recommendation because of rising cases in the community.All Rundlett Middle School students in Concord will learn online Friday after a staff member at the school tested positive for the coronavirus. Remote learning will take place online Monday and Tuesday, as well.The announcement comes after the superintendent announced that both the middle school and Concord High School will move to remote learning after the Thanksgiving break through Jan. 19. Elementary schools will remain in the hybrid model until Dec. 22. Starting Jan. 4, all Concord schools will pivot to remote learning.New Hampton Community School has also switched to remote learning after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19. Thursday was the last day of in-person learning for students.Students are expected to return to in-school learning Dec. 7.

More New Hampshire schools are switching to remote learning either as a precaution or because of positive cases of COVID-19.

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The Merrimack School District decided Thursday to transition to remote learning the Monday after Thanksgiving. Students will learn remotely until the day after Martin Luther King Jr. weekend in January.

Administrators made the recommendation because of rising cases in the community.

All Rundlett Middle School students in Concord will learn online Friday after a staff member at the school tested positive for the coronavirus. Remote learning will take place online Monday and Tuesday, as well.

The announcement comes after the superintendent announced that both the middle school and Concord High School will move to remote learning after the Thanksgiving break through Jan. 19.

Elementary schools will remain in the hybrid model until Dec. 22. Starting Jan. 4, all Concord schools will pivot to remote learning.

New Hampton Community School has also switched to remote learning after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19. Thursday was the last day of in-person learning for students.

Students are expected to return to in-school learning Dec. 7.

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