The district encouraged people to continue practicing social distancing, where people avoid mass gatherings and maintain about six feet from others when possible, as well as thoroughly washing hands and disinfecting frequently touched objects.
“The safety and well-being of our staff and students continues to be a top priority,” the district said. “The building in which the employee worked has been closed. The building is being deep cleaned and sanitized. As we continue to navigate these uncharted waters, we remain committed to providing accurate and timely information by updating our website as information is received.”
In the meantime, the district is continuing other services as buildings are closed for classes, including meal service. Monday began the first day of school bus meal deliveries.