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Pittsburgh Public Schools Announces More Closures Due To COVID-19

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- Pittsburgh Public Schools are still managing staffing shortages caused by COVID-19 cases, COVID-related quarantines and other staff-related absences.

The district says 23 schools are closed until at least next Tuesday. Seventeen schools were closed on Thursday.

A full breakdown can be found below.

The following schools are closed for the remainder of the week and are scheduled to reopen Tuesday:

  • Pittsburgh Arlington PreK-8
  • Pittsburgh Arsenal 6-8
  • Pittsburgh Banksville PreK-5
  • Pittsburgh Brashear High School
  • Pittsburgh Carrick High School
  • Pittsburgh Chartiers Early Childhood Center
  • Pittsburgh Crescent Early Childhood Center
  • Pittsburgh Colfax PreK-8
  • Pittsburgh Carmalt PreK-8
  • Pittsburgh Concord PreK-5
  • Pittsburgh Conroy
  • Pittsburgh Dilworth PreK-5
  • Pittsburgh Faison PreK-5
  • Pittsburgh Liberty PreK-5
  • Pittsburgh Langley PreK-8
  • Pittsburgh Linden PreK-5
  • Pittsburgh Mifflin PreK-8
  • Pittsburgh Obama 6-12
  • Pittsburgh Oliver Citywide Academy
  • Pittsburgh Pioneer
  • Pittsburgh Student Achievement Center
  • Pittsburgh Spring Garden Early Childhood Center
  • Pittsburgh Sunnyside PreK-8
  • The following schools are closed until Jan. 20:

  • Pittsburgh Brookline PreK-8
  • Pittsburgh South Brook 6-8
  • All students and staff will transition to remote learning.

    The most recent closures can be found on Pittsburgh Public Schools' website.

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