The North Adam school system has seen a number of COVID-19 cases over the last month, which prompted Drury High School to go remote for two weeks as well as some classes at Brayton Elementary.
Superintendent Barbara Malkas told the School Committee on Tuesday that there was a process administrators looked at when considering responses to any exposures to the novel coronavirus.
It seems to be something of a balancing act from her description.
School administrators are being kept up to date through the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents and information from the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
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