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PALM BEACH SCHOOLS: Now 118 COVID-19 Infections

COVID-19 palm beach county school district october 20

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Palm Beach County School District Tuesday morning is reporting 118 confirmed COVID-19 cases, with a growing majority of those cases involving students. According to the district, 62 students and 56 employees have now tested positive.

The school district’s “COVID-19” dashboard is now being updated twice a day following exclusive reporting by BocaNewsNow.com concerning positive tests that were never revealed to parents and teachers, principals unclear about what they can and cannot say, and a general discombobulation of policies, procedures and contradictory rules.

As of early Tuesday, here are the schools and locations with positive tests:


EMPLOYEES:

Addison Mizner Elementary (1), Atlantic Community High (2), Banyan Creek Elementary (1), Binks Forest Elementary (2), Boca Raton Community High School (1), Boca Raton Community Middle (1), Boynton Beach Community High (2), Carver Community Middle (1), Cholee Lake Elementary (1), Clifford O. Taylor/Kirklane Elementary (2), Coral Sunset Elementary (1), Del Prado Elementary (1), Diamond View Elementary (2), Freedom Shores Elementary (1), Grassy Waters Elementary (1), H.L. Johnson Elementary (2), Highland Elementary (1), J.C. Mitchell Elementary (1), Jeaga Middle (1), John L. Leonard High School (1), Lake Worth Community High (1), Lantana Community Middle (1), Loxahatchee Groves Elementary (1), New Horizons Elementary (1), Palm Springs Community Middle (3), Panther Run Elementary (1). Plumosa School of the Arts (3), Polo Park Middle School (3), Regional Office Central (1), S.D. Spady Elementary (1), Sandpiper Shores Elementary (1), Seminole Ridge Community High (1), Seminole Trails Elementary (1), Sunset Palms Elementary (2), Transportation West Facility (1), Turning Points Academy (3), Watson B. Duncan Middle (1), West Gate Elementary (2). Whispering Pines Elementary (2).


STUDENTS:

Alexander W. Dreyfus Jr. School of the Arts (1), Allamanda Elementary (1), Bonoist Farms Elementary (1), Berkshire Elementary (2), Binks Forest Elementary (1), Boca Raton Community High (1), Boca Raton Community Middle (2), Calusa Elementary (1), Christa McAuliffe Middle (1), Citrus Cove Elementary (1), Clifford O. Taylor/Kirklane Elementary (1), Conniston Community Middle (1), Coral Reef Elementary (1), Del Prado Elementary (2), Diamond View Elementary (3), Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Elementary (1), Dwight D. Eisenhower Elementary (1), Greenacres Elementary (1), Hagen Road Elementary (1), Hammock Pointe Elementary (1), Highland Elementary (1), Jupiter Community High (2), L.C. Swain Middle (1), Lake Worth Community High (1), Manatee Elementary (1), Meadow Park Elementary (1), Morikami Park Elementary (1), Northboro Elementary (1), Okeeheelee Middle (2), Palm Beach Central High (2), Palm Beach Gardens Community High (1), Palm Beach Gardens Elementary (1), Palm Springs Elementary (1), Panther Run Elementary (3), Park Vista Community High (1), Polo Park Middle (3), Rolling Green Elementary (1), Roosevelt Community Middle (1), Royal Palm School (1), Spanish River Community High (1), U.B. Kinsey/Palmview Elementary (1), Watson B. Duncan Middle School (1), West Riviera Elementary 91), Westward Elementary (1), Whispering Pines Elementary (2).

We note that these infection reports are cumulative and not necessarily representative of “current” infections. Of the Palm Beach County School District’s 180,000 students, roughly two third continue to learn from home, with only one third returning for “in person” education.


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