Waterbury Public Schools will be closed Monday because of a staff shortage, school officials said.
The school district said school will only be closed for students.
Staff will still have to report to school for an in-person work day, according to school officials.
In a note to the school community, Superintendent Dr. Verna Ruffin said that the school district will thoroughly review revised guidance regarding COVID-19 quarantine.
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They'll also review schedule options for the rest of the week and "prepare communications to parents and staff regarding school operations for Tuesday, Jan. 11 [and] moving forward."