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Delaware Valley going hybrid due to COVID-19

Delaware Valley's superintendent blames a spike in COVID-19 cases for changing the district's back-to-school plans.

MILFORD, Pa. — Coronavirus is changing the back-to-school plans at a district in Pike County.

Buses at Delaware Valley will only be available for primary and elementary school students starting Monday, January 3. 

Middle and high school students can attend class in person if they can get to school another way.

If not, all students will be able to learn online for the month of January.

The school's website says the superintendent blames a spike in cases for the changes.

For more information, check out the district's website.

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Get county-specific coronavirus information by visiting Pennsylvania's Early Warning Monitoring System Dashboard.

View the CDC COVID data tracker here.