An uptick in positive cases of COVID-19 in the South Shelby Schools results in a switch to hybrid learning.

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The Shelby County Health Department Sunday reported two more positive coronavirus cases in South Shelby High School, bringing to five the number of positive cases among the student body.

In a letter to parents Sunday, Shelby County R-4 Superintendent Troy Clawson announced the high school and middle school are moving to a hybrid learning model, beginning Monday and continuing until further notice.

Students will be in classes at school two days a week, with e-learning taking place three days a week, including every Friday.