President of Monroe County Council of School Superintendents comments on remote learning and return to in-person

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — Bo Wright remains adamant that schools are a safe place for students to learn, despite the difficulties Omicron is throwing at the education system.

Wright, the President of the Monroe County Council of School Superintendents, does say that school districts still aim to remain open for in-person learning.

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"As I said over the break, the transition to remote learning would be a last resort for school districts. However the challenges we’re facing right now related to staffing are very real and they need to be taken seriously," Wright said.

Wright says they’re doing everything possible to make sure schools can have classes in person.