Several schools are adjusting their plans due to COVID-19 cases.
Syracuse City School District officials are moving classes online at Henninger High School this week after learning of a student who tested positive for coronavirus.
Liverpool High School will be switching to remote learning Monday after two students received positive COVID-19 tests over the weekend.
In Baldwinsville, CW Baker High School will remain open after the district learned of a positive coronavirus test. Roughly 70 people within the school have been required to quarantine as a result of that case. Superintendent Matthew McDonald says the building can adequately continue in-person learning.
Jordan-Elbridge High School is moving all classes online for two weeks after a student tested positive for the virus.
In Fayetteville, Mott Rd Elementary officials say their building will remain open after a teacher tested positive for COVID-19.
Onondaga Nation School officials in LaFayette also announced their building will be closed for in-person learning until January. Other schools in the district will still remain open.