A CNY school is temporarily going remote after a student tested postive for coronavirus.
Fayetteville-Manlius officials say that they will be implementing remote learning after they were informed of the case. Superintendent Dr Craig Tice says that he intends to have hybrid learning begin again by Friday, unless instructed otherwise by the Health Dept.
A Fulton City School student has also tested positive. The student was last in class at G. Ray Bodley High School on Friday, September 18. The Oswego County Health Department is now conducting contact tracing.