Maumelle Middle will remain in virtual session until Monday, Feb. 1, the Pulaski County Special School District announced late Friday afternoon.
“Several staff and students who were identified as close contacts remain in quarantine,” spokeswoman Jessica Duff wrote in an email. “It is for that reason that Maumelle Middle will continue with virtual instruction next week.”
Maumelle Middle is the only school in PCSSD that will be virtual next week as Cato and Landmark elementaries and Robinson and Sylvan Hills middle schools will go to in-person teaching next Monday.
A five-day meal box will be available for Maumelle Middle students and to request one, call 501-234-4517 between 7 and 10 a.m. on Monday. It will be available for pickup between noon and 2 p.m. that day.
Teachers and staff, unless under quarantine, are expected to report for work like normal as virtual instruction will be done from the classroom.