By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Pittsburgh Public Schools is still being hit hard by staffing shortages due to positive cases of COVID-19, COVID-related isolation, and other employee-related absences.
As a result, 18 schools and 2 preschool centers will start remotely this week.
Grab-and-go food service will still be available in each school’s cafeteria from 9:00 a.m. to noon.
- Pittsburgh Arlington PreK-8
- Pittsburgh Arsenal 6-8
- Pittsburgh Carmalt PreK-8
- Pittsburgh Carrick High School
- Pittsburgh Chartiers Kindergarten Center
- Pittsburgh Concord PreK-5
- Pittsburgh Faison PreK-5
- Pittsburgh Grandview PreK-5
- Pittsburgh Liberty PreK-5
- Pittsburgh Lincoln PreK-5
- Pittsburgh Linden PreK-5
- Pittsburgh Manchester PreK-8
- Pittsburgh Miller PreK-5
- Pittsburgh Montessori PreK-5
- Pittsburgh Phillips PreK-5
- Pittsburgh South Hills 6-8
- Pittsburgh Spring Garden Kindergarten Center
- Pittsburgh Student Achievement Center
- Pittsburgh Sunnyside PreK-8
- Pittsburgh Whittier PreK-5
The district will evaluate school staff and announce closures, extensions, or additions on Tuesday.
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https://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2022/01/09/staffing-shortage-pps-remote-learning/ COVID-19 Staff shortages will cause 18 Pittsburgh public schools and 2 child care centers to start remotely – CBS Pittsburgh