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COVID-19 Infects 122 In Palm Beach County Schools

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Cases Continue To Rise In Schools, Just One Third Of Student Population In “Brick And Mortar”

Palm Beach County School District COVID-19 Dashboard as of early Wednesday, October 22, 2020.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The infection count continues to rise in the Palm Beach County School District, with 122 cases now confirmed. The breakdown, according to the school district, is 66 students and 56 employees. The Palm Beach County School District continues its efforts to report cases more expeditiously following a series of exclusive reports by BocaNewsNow.com highlighting inconsistencies and reporting errors by the district.

As of early Wednesday morning, the following schools and facilities reported positive cases.

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), 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), Benoist 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 (2), Plumosa School of the Arts (1), Polo Park Middle (2), Rolling Green Elementary (1), Roosevelt Community Middle (1), Royal Palm School (1), Spanish River Community High (1), Sunset Palms Elementary (2), Tradewinds Middle (1), U.B. Kinsey/Palmview Elementary (1), Watson B. Duncan Middle School (1), Wellington Community High (1), West Boca Raton Community High (1), West Riviera Elementary (1), Westward Elementary (1), Whispering Pines Elementary (2).


The infection reports provided by the Palm Beach County School District are cumulative and not necessarily current or “active.” The Palm Beach County School District includes roughly 180,000 students. As of October 21st, roughly two thirds continue to learn from home, while the rest are attending classes in “brick and mortar” buildings.


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