COVID disruptions at two Juneau schools remain under evaluation

    Juneau School District Superintendent, Dr. Bridget Weiss

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Seven COVID-19 cases associated with Thunder Mountain High School this week shut down in-person learning there until at least Monday.

    School District Superintendent Dr. Bridgett Weiss was asked on Action Line Thursday when she hopes to send out word on the resumption of in-person classes.  She said it could be as late as Sunday and depends if any additional cases emerge.

    In the meantime, they are planning for Monday and provide notice to families when a final decision is made.

    One case was reported at  Glacier Valley Elementary which led to the suspension of in-person instruction to just one class.

    Contact tracing by Public Health continues in both the case there and at Thunder Mountain.

     

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