The Danbury Public School District will continue with distance learning until mid-January. Superintendent Sal Pascarella says they continue to work with local health officials and medical advisers on ways to begin in-person learning. The current number of positive COVID-19 cases does not support bringing students into schools in the hybrid model at this time. Pascarella cautioned against domestic and international travel, and urged people to adhere to social distancing guidelines. Pascarella says families needing child care should call 211. He says the district is committed to the social emotional well-being of students and the critical importance of returning them to in-person learning as soon as it is safe to do so.