AKRON — Tippecanoe Valley High School will have virtual learning two days this week due to contact tracing for COVID-19.
The high school issued the following statement on its Facebook page on Wednesday, Oct. 21 to parents and students.
“Due to contact tracing and a limited amount of substitutes available, TVHS will revert to virtual instruction (remote learning) for Thursday, October 22nd and Friday, October 23rd. This affects Tippecanoe Valley High School only. All other schools (Akron Elementary, Mentone Elementary, Tippecanoe Valley Middle School, and Burket Education Center) will continue in-person instruction.”
TVHS students will return on Monday, Oct. 26.