Greensburg Schools converting to online instruction for 14 days

Greensburg Community Schools Superintendent Tom Hunter.

GREENSBURG, IN The Greensburg Community School Corporation will switch to online instruction starting Monday, August 30.

In a notification to parents and guardians, Superintendent Tom Hunter writes student and staff absenteeism continues to grow because of the skyrocketing number of COVID-19 cases, and they need the 14-day period to get everyone back in school.

Hunter adds the last day of online learning will be September 10, with the return to in-person instruction slated for September 13.

Greensburg is the first Southeastern Indiana school corporation to convert to online instruction during the 2021-2022 academic year because of the high number of cases brought on by the Delta variant.