ERDA, Utah — All first-grade students at Excelsior Academy have be moved to an online school model after the school was notified that there was a positive case of coronavirus in their school.
“Those teachers, instructors, and students that may have been exposed are being contacted directly. As a safety measure, we are temporarily moving the entire first-grade student body to an online school model,” Executive Director Stephanie Eccles wrote in a letter to parents obtained by KSL.
“Please do not bring first-grade students to school tomorrow, Thursday, September 3rd, or Friday, September 4th. During these two days, there will be no classes held for the first grade, either in person or online,” she continued.
The school says that parents of first-graders will receive more information about upcoming changes from the school.
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