Guidelines for Building Closure to Mitigate the Spread of COVID-19
As part of updates to the District's state-required Health and Safety plan approved at the Board's August 24th Legislative Meeting, schools will no longer close based on a percentage of positive cases of COVID-19 in the building during a 14-day period. A school will close and shift to virtual learning if one of the following is met:
- Recommendation from the Department of Health, the District's Physician, or the District's COVID Response Team.
- The District is unable to provide adequate staff to operate the building safely. Assistant Superintendents will work with school administration to determine if adequate staffing exists to continue using the building safely. The Superintendent will make the final determination.
Pittsburgh Grandview to Transition to Remote Instruciton for Remainder of the Week
PITTSBURGH, March 14, 2023 – Due to a COVID-related staffing shortage, Pittsburgh Grandview PreK-5 will transition to remote instruction for the remainder of the week. Students will participate in asynchronous remote instruction on Wednesday, March 15, accessing Schoology to complete work independently at home. On Thursday, March 16, and Friday, March 17, students will transition to synchronous remote instruction, where teachers will provide live instruction in Microsoft Teams. The facility will reopen on Monday, March 20, 2023.