After Police Break Up Student Party, Lincoln-Sudbury High School Will Go Remote

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SUDBURY – The Sudbury Board of Health announced yesterday, September 12, Lincoln-Sudbury High School must start with remote learning.

This is after Sudbury Police broke up a party by students. Police were called to the party and around 15 students ran into the woods. Police collected more than 30 names at the party, and more than a dozen were fake names.

“I was very disappointed to share that I learned this morning that there was a crowded indoor and outdoor party Friday evening that involved alcohol and complete lack of safety precautions to protect against the spread of COVID,” wrote Bella Wong, the Superintendent of the Lincoln-Sudbury Regional School District and principal of Lincoln-Sudbury High School.

The district had planned on using a hybrid model for high school students to start the year, now the high school will be remote for at least the first two weeks.


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