WYOMING COUNTY, W.VA. – Wyoming County Schools has been subject to multiple closures this week, from COVID-19 cases to snow today.

On Tuesday, January 19th, Wyoming County Board of Education announced that a COVID-19 case was confirmed for a student and an employee at Westside High School and the Wyoming County Career and Technical Center.

School was to resume at Westside on Thursday, but a night of snowfall prompted the school system to close schools due to inclement weather.

On Wednesday, January 20th, a positive COVID-19 case was also confirmed at Wyoming East High School and another involving an employee at Mullens Elementary School, shifting instruction to remote learning on Thursday.

The BOE said deep cleaning and disinfection will be completed in the affected schools. Anyone having any questions was also urged to contact their child’s school.

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