COVID-19 Infections On The Rise In BRHD, Cache County Schools; Officials Deem Classrooms Safe
As the school year forges ahead, local health and education officials are working to understand the data — and the unknowns — of students’ role in spreading the novel coronavirus.
Cache County School District is seeing a rise in COVID-19 infections, but no school has yet reached a level that would prompt consideration of temporary in-person class dismissal.
“We would love to get to the end of the year and have kept schools open all year,” CCSD spokesman Tim Smith said. “That’s really our goal, is if we can stay safe and stay open.” Read the rest of the story on Hjnews.com.
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