Two Monticello schools return to remote instruction

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MONTICELLO – Due to a staff shortage as a result of quarantines, Robert J. Kaiser Middle School and St. John Street School, will switch to remote instruction for the week of October 18 through October 22, with classes resuming in person on October 25, according to Schools Superintendent Dr. Matthew Evans.

Since October 14, the district received notice that two additional staff members at Robert Kaiser tested positive for COVID-19. He said from the three positive staff members there, approximately 14 instructional staff members and 140 students will be quarantined as close contacts through October 24.

Meals will be delivered on Monday and Wednesday. Students will receive two breakfasts and lunches on Monday, and three breakfasts and three lunches on Wednesday for a total of five days’ worth of meals.