CHICAGO (CBS) — Plainfield Community Consolidated School District 202 has canceled class for Monday, Jan. 10 as an “emergency day,” the district said in a letter Sunday.

The district also canceled classes Friday.

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According to the letter, the district made the decision due to the spiking number of bus drivers with COVID-19, which has left no drivers for about 2,000 students in the district.

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Neither students nor staff will come to school, and there will not be remote learning. However, 12-month staff and principles should report to their buildings if possible. The day will be made up in-person on May 31, the letter said.

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The district said it will provide an update Monday on the status of classes Tuesday, which will be held either in person or through remote learning.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff