Windham HS Moves to Remote Learning After Positive COVID Cases
We knew this would be a possibility for some schools.
Windham, NH, according to a story from WCVB, announced that they will move high school students to remote learning after several cases of COVID-19 came back positive. The school had, hours before, also announced that sports would be suspended because of the same thing.
The report states that Superintendent Richard Langlois said in a letter sent to parents yesterday:
All students who have tested positive for COVID, their siblings, those who were in close contact with an individual who has tested positive, and their siblings, have been contacted and will adhere to their recommended quarantine time.
This is a fluid situation, according to the report.
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