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Climbing COVID case count causes Marblehead schools to go remote

Starting on Monday, Marblehead schools will be going remote through Jan. 8 due to an uptick in positive cases in the town. (Olivia Falcigno)
MARBLEHEAD — Once again, concerns about the coronavirus pandemic have brought a temporary halt to in-person learning  for  most students in Marblehead’s  public schools beginning Monday. Remote learning will resume Jan. 4-8 after the holiday vacation. Superintendent of Schools John Buckey made the announcement in a Dec. 15  letter sent to families with school children,…

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