(10-12-20) Two Adams County (Indiana) school districts, Adams Central and North Adams, have moved to remote learning thanks to outbreaks of COVID 19.

Adams County in mid-August was considered a ‘hot-spot’ in Indiana for the virus, forcing the North Adams school district to start out with remote learning and cancelling all extra curricular activities. But shortly returned to in school classes.

The third school district, South Adams, is still holding classes.