Several Maury County schools move to remote learning

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MAURY COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) — Maury County Schools announced on Tuesday four of its schools will transition to online learning due to COVID-19.

All students at Cox Middle School and Randolph Howell Elementary School will use remote learning until November 9. Culleoka Unit High School students in grades 9-12 will use remote learning until November 4. Also, Wright Elementary School’s third-grade classroom will use remote learning until November 6.

Several of these schools posted to Facebook, saying the transition was due to rising COVID-19 numbers within their school. Families who were in close contact to those infected have been notified.

As of Tuesday, Maury County Schools reported 48 students were out with positive COVID-19 cases and 47 staff members were out with symptoms.

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