Westmeath Secondary School will be closing and classes will go online...

Westmeath Secondary School will be closing and classes will go online...
Westmeath Secondary School will be closing and classes will go online...
A secondary school in Co Westmeath is closed to all students for the next few days after a Covid-19 outbreak.

Parents of children at St Finian’s in Mullingar were told on Sunday that classes would go online for a week, as directed by the HSE.

The mixed school has over 600 students, all of whom will study remotely by Wednesday at the earliest.

A message to parents read: “In view of a number of cases where Covid has affected the school and has consulted public health, the board has decided with regret to close the school for Monday October 12 and Tuesday October 13 October to close.

“All courses are held in the Google classroom according to the students’ timetable.”

Another update is due to be given to parents later today.

The Irish Mirror contacted St. Finian’s who does not want to comment further at this point as they await the HSE guidance.

In another update for parents on their page, the school said, “Classes are online this morning according to yesterday’s notification to parents. Please contact with updated contact details [email protected]if you have not received a message. ”

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