By: Patrick Damp / KDKA-TV
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Pittsburgh Public Schools has informed families that some schools will transition to distance learning today following a bridge collapse in the East End.
“Due to the impact of the East End bridge collapse and the high number of bus drivers being called up, all K-5, K-8 and 6-8 and Special Schools will be transitioning to distance learning,” said Director. Pittsburgh Public Schools Relationship Ebony Pugh told KDKA in an email.
High schools and 6-12 will continue face-to-face learning.
The district will still operate on a two-hour late schedule.
However, Pittsburgh Public Schools transportation has been canceled for those schools and there will be no takeout service today.
https://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2022/01/28/several-pittsburgh-public-schools-move-to-remote-learning-due-to-bridge-collapse/ Some Pittsburgh public schools move to distance learning due to bridge collapse – CBS Pittsburgh