HARRISBURG, Pa (WHTM) — The Harrisburg School District announced on Friday, Jan. 14 that it will continue to hold classes via remote learning through Friday, Jan 21. This announcement comes after the school district moved all classes to remote learning on Jan. 9.

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An announcement on the school district’s website stated that because of COVID-19 cases surging in the area, the decision was made to continue all learning virtually through Jan. 21.

Students will follow their regular daily schedule and will attend classes via Zoom through their Google Classroom. For all students eligible to receive free meals, there will be a pickup area in place between 11 a.m. and 1 p. m. on Jan. 18

For more information about this change in learning, visit the school district’s website here.