Medina High School Goes 100% Virtual Until April 26 Due to COVID-19 Outbreak

MEDINA – The Medina Central School District reported today a cluster of cases consisting of 5 students and 1 staff member. According to an update from Superintendent of Schools Mark Kruzynski, 3 students at Medina High School; 2 students at Clifford Wise Intermediate/Middle School; and 1 staff member at Oak Orchard Elementary School tested positive for COVID-19. The Department of Health has investigated, in cooperation with the school district, and has contacted anyone who needs to be placed in quarantine.

Additionally, Kruzynski announced that Medina High School will remain 100% virtual starting Monday, April 19 through Monday, April 26.  BOCES students will also be virtual through 4/26.  All school-sponsored sporting events, including practices and games, are suspended through Monday, April 26.  The district is planning on reopening Medina High School to in-person learning on Tuesday, April 27.

Oak Orchard and Clifford Wise Intermediate/Middle School will hold in-person instruction as scheduled.