Students at Butler Intermediate High School will transition back to remote learning for several days beginning Tuesday.
In a letter to Intermediate High School Families from Butler Superintendent Dr. Brian White, he explained that this move was made after six members of the school community tested positive for COVID-19. All close contacts have been notified.
This threshold is mandated by the state Departments of Health and Education. This remote instruction includes all special education self-contained classrooms and will continue through Thursday.
At this time, students will be able to return to in-person school beginning Friday using the COHORT schedule. District staff will clean and sanitize the school while it is closed and the district will begin a new 14-day period of case counting as required by the state.