Coronavirus: Carroll HS moves to remote learning after increase in COVID-19 cases

Coronavirus: Carroll HS moves to remote learning after increase in COVID-19 cases
Carroll High School

RIVERSIDE — Carroll High School has moved to two weeks of remote learning starting Monday after an increase in COVID-19 cases among students, according to a school spokesperson.

School representatives called the move precautionary and the students who tested positive were traced back to non-school activities.

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“There is no evidence of community spread at Carroll, but due to students affected by contact tracing combined with the amount of students who opted in to our long term Remote Learning Program at the start of the year, we decided it was best to have all students on the same learning platform for the time being,” the school spokesperson told News Center 7 Monday.

Additional details were not released.