Bangor High School has moved to a remote learning model, after an outbreak of COVID-19.

A post on the school's Facebook page states that 'multiple cases' of the virus have been identified at Bangor High, so they have switched to remote learning for the rest of the week. The building will undergo a deep cleaning over the next few days, to make it safe for students to return. The quarantine time is expected to last through February 12th, with students set to return on the 15th.

Bangor High School teachers will be reaching out to their students via Google Classroom, to relay information about coursework. Any students who need meals are asked to contact Bangor HIgh School, or the school closest to them.

Anyone with questions is encouraged to contact the school. General questions about COVID-19, call 211. (or 1-866-811-5695)

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