District suspends athletic conditioning after student tests positive for Covid-19

Grant Boone
October 28, 2020

Gilroy Unified School District has suspended athletic conditioning at two high schools for two weeks after a student, who attended a party, tested positive for Covid-19. This comes after three students recently tested positive for the virus.

In a letter sent to parents Saturday evening, the school says the two confirmed cases are linked to the same household.

Staff are not allowed into the building as it goes through cleaning. All students will receive remote instruction and all EHS staff members will be working virtually beginning on Tuesday, October 27, 2020, . Arrangements are being made by the Child Nutrition Department to provide grab and go meals for EHS students at the Central Middle School campus.

Marblehead police responded Friday night to the house party of more than 50 students.

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With the exception of high-needs teenagers, all students at the high school will work remotely from Monday to November 6, NECN reported.

The school's fifth grade has switched to remote-only learning for the current school week as a precautionary measure, the release said. No other schools in the Eunice area are closed.

The C-NS High School student who tested positive for the coronavirus was last in school on October 20, North Syracuse School Superintendent Daniel D. Bowles said in a letter.

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