Norwich Public Schools Had No Choice But To Close on Friday

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In an announcement by Norwich Public Schools Superintendent, Kristen Stringfellow, there would be no school today, Friday, January 14, 2022 due to teacher shortages. As of Thursday, 56 teachers and 33 paraprofessionals have already called out sick for today.
Stringfellow also said that they can’t have a remote learning day because the governor has to authorize that.

Most school districts in Connecticut are having a tough time finding teachers, substitutes, and paraprofessionals due to the virus. Some schools have offered special incentives and dropped some levels of qualification for subs in order to fill spots during the pandemic.

Written by: Mike Minarsky

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According to an email sent from Plainfield First Selectman Kevin Cunningham, due to the impending dangerously low temperatures forecast for January 15th the SEMA 4 testing that was to occur at the Plainfield Town Hall from 10am to 2pm has been cancelled. This will not hinder future testing dates, also according to Cunningham.  

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