STATEWIDE — The new recommendations from the state of Indiana are that local schools keep at least one building open for in-person classes, even if students or teachers test positive for the coronavirus. Indiana Health Commissioner Kris Box yesterday unveiled new guidelines for local schools. Box says a statewide policy for learning during the coronavirus will avoid the patchwork of local policies that the state is seeing now. Box wants local schools to keep at least one school building open for in-person classes for the rest of the year. Some schools across the state have shifted to online-only classes because of positive coronavirus tests.