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19 schools in Davis School District to go remote amid COVID surge

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Davis County, Utah — After surpassing COVID-19 case count thresholds, nineteen schools in the Davis School District will move to remote learning for the remainder of this week.

Starting Wednesday, the schools listed below will be remote and will return to in-person classes on Monday.

The case counts as of Monday night, which were included in Tuesday’s announcement, are also listed.

• Bountiful High
o Threshold: 31
o Cases: 81
• Clearfield High
o Threshold: 43
o Cases: 90
• Davis High
o Threshold: 46
o Cases: 126
• Farmington High
o Threshold: 44
o Cases: 79
• Northridge High
o Threshold: 41
o Cases: 80
• Syracuse High
o Threshold: 51
o Cases: 105
• Centennial Junior High
o Threshold: 30
o Cases: 39
• Centerville Junior High
o Threshold: 30
o Cases: 57
• Fairfield Junior High
o Threshold: 30
o Cases: 58
• Farmington Junior High
o Threshold: 30
o Cases: 66
• Kaysville Junior High
o Threshold: 30
o Cases: 40
• Legacy Junior High
o Threshold: 30
o Cases: 41
• Millcreek Junior High
o Threshold: 30
o Cases: 35
• Mueller Park Junior High
o Threshold: 30
o Cases: 55
• North Davis Junior High
o Threshold: 30
o Cases: 36
• Shoreline Junior High
o Threshold: 30
o Cases: 31
• South Davis Junior High
o Threshold: 30
o Cases: 77
• Syracuse Junior High
o Threshold: 30
o Cases: 48
• West Point Junior High
o Threshold: 30
o Cases: 60

Parents of students who attend these schools have been notified.

Salt Lake City, Granite, and Jordan school districts have also moved to online learning this week due to a spike in cases, which has also led to more teachers being out.

 

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