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BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Palm Beach County School District now reports 1,330 confirmed cases of COVID-19 since schools reopened for “brick and mortar” learning in mid-September. The split: 736 students and 594 employees.
At least 62 COVID cases have been confirmed since school resumed on Monday following the winter break.
The schools with the highest counts pre-break remain the schools with the highest count post break. Among them:
Boca Raton Community High School: 32 cases.
Calusa Elementary: 22 cases.
Don Estridge High Tech Middle: 20 cases.
Sunset Palms Elementary: 16 cases.
Olympic Heights Community High: 14 cases.
Boca Raton Community Middle: 14 cases.
Plumosa School of the Arts: 14 cases.
Whispering Pines Elementary: 13 cases.
West Boca Raton Community High: 10 cases.
Parents and guardians have now been instructed to choose “distance learning” or “in person” education for the rest of the school year. The choice made now continues until school ends on June 18th. Roughly 40 percent of the school district’s student population is attending school in person, with roughly 60 percent continuing to learn from home.
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