St. Anne School report COVID-19 positive less than a week after returning to in-person learning


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ST. ANNE – A student at St. Anne High School has tested positive for COVID-19.  The school alerted area parents to the positive test on it’s Facebook page Wednesday.

“The last time the COVID-19 positive individual was in the school setting and on the bus while they were contagious is September 18, 2020.” The school said in a statement. The announcement is significant to students of all ages in St. Anne riding the Cardinal Bus Lines as the line carries both High School and Grade School students.

The district returned to in-person blended learning on Monday September 14th.  St. Anne schools were originally slated to go remote until October 3rd after a teacher tested positive in the District in August. 


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