Virus Outbreak Schools

Students and parents walk to class at Tussahaw Elementary school on Wednesday in McDonough, Ga. Schools have begun reopening in the U.S. with most states leaving it up to local schools to decide whether to require masks. Brynn Anderson

CHEYENNE – Laramie County School District 1 reported Thursday that from Nov. 5 through Nov. 11, the district was notified 59 students and seven staff members reported a positive COVID-19 test result.

These individuals were at the following locations: Alta Vista Elementary, Anderson Elementary, Baggs Elementary, Bain Elementary, Carey Junior High, Central High, Cole Elementary, Deming/Miller Elementary, Dildine Elementary, East High, Fairview/Lebhart Elementary, Freedom Elementary, Goins Elementary, Jessup Elementary, Johnson Junior High, McCormick Junior High, Meadowlark Elementary, Nutrition Services, Pioneer Park Elementary, Prairie Wind Elementary, Saddle Ridge Elementary, South High, Sunrise Elementary, Transportation Department and Triumph High.

Those who had direct contact with any of the people who tested positive will be contacted and will receive guidance regarding next steps.

Students, parents and staff members are highly encouraged to wear face coverings. If anyone feels ill or exhibits any of the COVID-19 symptoms, they should stay home and contact a health care provider for assistance.

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