Vale superintendent warns of possibility of distance learning as over 50 quarantine for Covid

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VALE – Just four days into the new school year, 50 employees and students in the Vale School District have gone into quarantine because of the coronavirus, according to Superintendent Alisha McBride.

The school system with 875 students may have to stop in-person teaching.

“That means that over 50 people have either tested positive or have been exposed to someone . . .