EUSTIS — Stratton School will continue remote learning for one more week because of a recent case of COVID-19.

A person associated with the school recently tested positive for COVID-19, according to a letter on the school’s website. Students went to remote learning at 1:30 p.m. Monday and will return to in-person learning Jan. 25, a representative at the school confirmed Friday. The town school system serves students in prekindergarten through eighth grade.

Rangeley Lakes Regional School in Rangeley will return to in-person learning Tuesday after a person associated with the school tested positive for the novel coronavirus, a representative at the school confirmed Friday. The school began remote learning Jan. 11.

Out of extreme caution, middle level students and staff at Kingfield Elementary School and prekindergarten students and staff at Phillips Elementary School went to remote learning Monday. They will return to in-person learning Tuesday, Todd Sanders, superintendent of Maine School Administrative District 58, wrote in an email Friday.

The schools are closed Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.


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