PHOENIX (AP) — Possible exposure to a person who has tested positive for COVID-19 means some students at a Phoenix elementary school must quarantine, the school's principal has told parents, azfamily.com reported Saturday.
It wasn't immediately known how many students were required to quarantine. But a letter sent by principal of Kyrene del Milenio Elementary said the possible exposure happened in one teacher's claassroom and on one bus to school and another bus after school.
The 14-day day quarantine will run from Wednesday when the last possible exposure occurred and the children involved can return to school Sept. 2, Principal Michael Lamp wrote.
Kyrene has been using remote learning for most students since beginning the new school year on Monday. But it has some students at school as required by a state mandate for districts to provide services to at-risk and certain other students.