(WIVB) — As COVID-19 cases across Western New York surge, school districts are speaking out tonight saying it’s unlikely students will have to learn from home again. School leaders tell News 4 that despite the rise in cases, schools continue to be safe for students.
“We’ve definitely seen an uptick in cases. There’s no doubt about it. What I do know is that transmission continues to not occur in schools,” said Niagara Falls School District Superintendent Mark Laurrie.