Campbell schools going remote

CAMPBELL — Students in the Campbell City School District are going to remote learning immediately after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.

Superintendent Matt Bowen sent a statement to families Tuesday making the announcement as well as posting the letter to social media.

A person tested positive for the virus though has not come in contact with students. But the person has been in contact with other staff members, Bowen said.

“The disprution to the educational process is a result of contact tracing. We are fully cooperating with the department of health, and are requiring those contact-traced employees to remain in their homes to mitigate the spread of COVID-19,” Bowen said.

None of the other staff members have tested positive and those identified in the contact tracing process have not displayed symptoms of COVID-19, Bowen said, noting that there is not an outbreak within the district.

The district is anticipated to resume face-to-face classes Nov. 10.


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