Classrooms virtually stuck

Winter surge keeps schools shut

CLOSED—Some Las Virgenes classrooms opened last year with waiver permission. Now they are closed. Acorn file photo

Elementary and secondary school campuses in the Las Virgenes Unified district will remain closed for at least more three weeks as the number of coronavirus cases in Los Angeles County continues to soar. Students will keep doing distance learning.

District Superintendent Dan Stepenosky said there are tentative plans to reopen Las Virgenes on Feb. 1, but the date depends on what...

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