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Dewey Schools Transition to Remote Learning


Dewey Superintendent Vince Vincent announced late on Monday afternoon that Dewey High School will be moving to virtual instruction after DPS was notified that a high school student had tested positive for COVID-19.


This student was also a member of the high school football team and participated in a game on Friday night. Superintendent Vincent said they’ve identified several potential close contacts and notified them that quarantining is necessary. As of now, 20-percent of Dewey’s high school student body is in quarantine. Superintendent Vincent said four high school staff members are also in quarantine.


Additionally, DPS has four high school students and one high school staff member awaiting COVID-19 test results. Because of this, Superintendent Vincent said it is necessary for the high school to transition to distance learning for the next two weeks.


Superintendent Vincent said they believe that the high school can return to full operations on Monday, Nov. 30th after the two-week pause and the scheduled Thanksgiving Break that runs from Monday, Nov. 23rd through Friday, Nov. 27th.

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