Jefferson Jr./Sr. Excessive Faculty in Edgewater has moved all of its college students to distant studying following three optimistic circumstances of COVID-19.
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Jeffco Public Faculties was made conscious of 1 pupil who examined optimistic for the virus on Sept. 8, the primary day of in-person lessons, mentioned district spokeswoman Cameron Bell. On Sept. 15, two different pupil circumstances had been reported, she mentioned.
College students will be taught remotely by way of Sept. 28.
Jefferson Jr./Sr. Excessive Faculty is one in every of a number of Denver-area establishments to transition to a distant studying format following optimistic COVID-19 circumstances. This week, Cherry Creek Excessive Faculty moved greater than 1,700 college students on-line after six circumstances had been detected. Earlier this month, Heritage Excessive Faculty in Littleton equally pivoted to distant studying after too many academics had been quarantined to have the ability to conduct in-person lessons.