Three GR Schools Have More Than 20 Students Quarantined

Three GR Schools Have More Than 20 Students Quarantined

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GREEN RIVER — Sweetwater County School District No. 2 (SCSD No. 2) Superintendent Craig Barringer reported today that at least three schools in the district have more than 20 students quarantined due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus.

The following is an updated COVID-19 case list for SCSD No. 2:

  • Expedition Academy: 1 staff positive
  • Green River High School: 3 staff positive; 4 staff quarantine
  • 3 students positive; 23 students quarantine
  • Lincoln Middle School: 1 staff positive; 5 staff quarantine
  • 2 students positive; 26 students quarantine
  • Harrison Elementary: 2 staff positive; 8 staff quarantine
  • 20 students quarantine
  • Monroe Elementary: 3 students quarantine
  • Truman Elementary: 2 staff quarantine
  • 1 student positive; 11 students quarantine
  • Washington Elementary: 2 staff positive; 1 staff quarantine
  • 5 students positive; 7 students quarantine
  • Granger Elementary: 1 staff quarantine

All families that were of concern have been contacted.

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