OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — Nathan Hale Middle School will transition to remote learning through December 11, the last day before winter break.
"This weekend, we received word of a new COVID-19 diagnosis and several additional staff who will need to quarantine," read an e-mail to parents from assistant principal Anton Schmidt. "Our contact tracing team has investigated. Anyone who was identified as a close contact received direct communication and guidance. The broad impact on staffing is the reason for our transition to fully remote instruction."
The school said they will use the district's schedule for returning in-person after winter break on January 4.
School meals will be available to pick-up through the Meals2Go program on Wednesday from 8:30-9:30 a.m. If students are not in the vehicle to collect meals, a parent or guardian will need verification like a report card.
The move to a fully remote schedule is only for Nathan Hale Middle School students. All other students will remain on the family 3/2 schedule.