Wyoming, b. – As the new school year begins, a district in Berks County deals with active cases of the corona virus.
The Wyoming area school district welcomed some students in person on Monday and announced four positive COVID-19 cases within the district.
A Letter For families, the district learned that over the weekend, four students at a junior-senior high school tested positive for the virus.
The school nurse worked closely with families to ensure that students and their siblings did not attend any school activities.
The district also launched a special Dashboard on the district website, Which shows new data for the week and features links to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
Supervisors reminded parents and guardians to keep an eye on their children’s health and report all concerns to the district health offices. He said children or adults who are sick or showing symptoms need to stay home.
The supervisor said the district celebrates everyone who returns to school, but knows there is still work to be done.
The district follows a hybrid learning program that mixes live and virtual, as well as all virtual preferences.
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