Grove Public Schools announced it will transition to short-term distance learning after two students and two teachers tested positive for COVID-19.
Officials said in a statement that currently "numerous students and staff under mandated quarantine."
Grove Public Schools said it will not have in-person classes from August 20th through August 31st.
Officials said "Through contact tracing we were unable to isolate the potential exposure and spread throughout our district. We are following protocols set forth by the CDC and the State Department of Health and our school district to decrease potential spread."
Officials said "in-person instruction will resume on August 31st."
Grove Public Schools said meals will be available for pick up and ask that families contact their school site if they want to pick up breakfast and/or lunch.
Officials said "meals will be available for pick up from 10 am to 12 noon."