Summit High students will transition to remote learning beginning tomorrow, October 23, due to the impact of COVID -19, says Williamson County Schools (WCS).
Summit has more than 19 students with confirmed cases and the student attendance rate was 67 percent on Oct 22, writes WCS in a statement.
Related: WCS Isolation and Quarantine Numbers by School
Any additional information regarding instruction or extra-curricular activities will be communicated by your teachers, coaches or administration.
Students are expected to return to on-campus instruction Monday, November 2.
Summit students recently conducted remote learning from Oct 5 – 12, returning to school Oct 13.
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