Citing COVID Spread, Southern Berkshire Regional School District Goes Remote Again | WAMC

Citing COVID Spread, Southern Berkshire Regional School District Goes Remote Again

Apr 1, 2021

The Southern Berkshire Regional School District is moving to remote learning Friday until April 12th due to COVID-19 community spread. 

Superintendent Beth Regulbuto says the move is due to a spike in cases among the wider school community.

“In the last three days alone, we’ve had confirmed three staff members, we’ve had some family members of people that are confirmed – we don’t report that, but their students weren’t in school – and then we had two students identified today,” she told WAMC.

The district represents four schools and around 700 students from the towns of Sheffield, New Marlborough, Egremont, Monterey, and Alford. It last went into a remote learning model in January.