Cohasset middle and high schools are switching to remote learning Monday for the next two weeks after students were found at a house party over the weekend.
The schools will operate remotely until Nov. 30, then return to a hybrid model if there are no further issues, according to the Boston Globe. The superintendent is urging anyone who attended the party Friday night to get tested for coronavirus.
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Police were called about a large gathering in a home on Jerusalem Road in Cohasset and found about 20 underage students who were not wearing masks or social distancing. Some of the students ran into a wooded area, police said, and they found open containers.
The homeowners were fined $500 for violating the statewide restriction that limits indoor gatherings to 10 people.