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Durham will transfer to distance learning for the rest of the week. Wednesday remains a teacher planning day.

PMG FILE PHOTO - Kindergarteners at Durham Elementary School use iPads during a lesson in 2013.The outfall from the COVID-19 omicron variant has forced the closure of Durham Elementary School.

That means the Tigard grade school will transition to distance learning for the rest of this week.

"Due to the increasing impact COVID-19 and the Omicron variant has had on staff and students, Durham Elementary will transition to distance learning effective immediately," stated a Tigard-Tualatin School District news release sent Sunday evening. "School will be held online Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday this week."

Wednesday had already been set as a teacher planning day with no classes at any district school.

Durham Elementary is the first school in the district to shutter its doors this year due to COVID-19 issues.

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