MINA Charter School of Lee County will operate virtually on Friday and Monday, according to an email from the school.
“Today, we received reports that several staff and scholars have tested presumptively positive for COVID-19 (commonly referred to as “Coronavirus”). These individuals are currently under quarantine. Anyone that was in close contact with any person that tested positive will be notified,” the email read. “At this point we are experiencing a staffing shortage due to staff members being out with COVID. With the shortage of staff we will go virtual this Friday and Monday. All scholars will need to log on at 8 a.m. and they will log off at 12 p.m. They will have a total of 30 minutes screen break during that time, which should be divided throughout the day.”
The school will be cleaned and sanitized during the closure, according to the email.
For more information, visit MINA’s website.