BETHLEHEM, Pa. - Local parents are left scrambling after a spike in COVID cases in several classes puts the entire school virtual for a week.
An extra day of summer vacation kicking the soccer ball around isn't exactly what Gianna Loquasto expected just two weeks after 5th grade started.
But COVID had other plans."Disappointed is really the word certainly. It’s two weeks in. You had a lot of momentum coming out right now thinking we’re going to be charging full ahead and you get hit with this right off the bat," dad Pat Loquasto said.Parents of the 450 students at Miller Heights Elementary in Bethlehem got a letter late Friday afternoon telling them their school will be shut down and students will go back to virtual learning for the rest of.