SANTEE, Neb. -- A northeast Nebraska school district is going remote because of COVID-19.
Santee Superintendent Todd Chessmore said in a statement on the school's website that the Knox County school district is going remote this week.
Chessmore called it a proactive measure after finding out about what he called potential super-spreader events.
The district did announce last week multiple positive cases at their early childhood development center.
Chessmore says the district expects to be back to in-person classes next Tuesday.