Elizabethtown Area School District has suspended in-person learning at two of its schools until Wednesday.
High school and middle school students at the district will learn online until then, as the district responds to an active case of COVID-19 at each school, in addition to a few presumptive cases at the high school.
All extracurricular activities, including sports practices and competitions, were postponed on Monday and will continue Tuesday, a statement posted to the district's website Monday evening reads.
The district now has 17 cumulative COVID-19 cases — seven at the high school, three at the middle school, two each at Bear Creek School, Rheems Elementary School and East High Street Elementary School, and one at Mill Rhoad Elementary School. Three of those — one each at the high school, middle school and Mill Road — are active.
In addition, the district has reported three presumptive cases at the high school.
Students in kindergarten through sixth grade, students in grades seven through 12 already enrolled in the district's online program, and full-time Lancaster County Career & Technology students are not affected by the building closures.
Elizabethtown students that attend the CTC part-time will learn not report to their in-person CTC classes during the closures.