The teacher fainted in class Friday at Bear Creek and South Fulton firefighters responded. Those three firefighters have now been quarantined.
The district’s Tuesday evening note said that Bear Creek will remain closed until Friday, March 20. The school will re-open Monday, March 23.
Woodland will remain closed until Tuesday, March 17 and re-open Wednesday, March 18, according to the district.
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Fulton closed all of its more than 100 schools Tuesday.
The time without students and staff in the classroom is supposed to give officials enough time to clean the schools and contact those who possibly interacted with the teacher, whose name has not been disclosed.
The Fulton school district accounts for 5% of the state’s 1.8 million students.
State School Superintendent Richard Woods recommended Tuesday that other school district remain open.
Fulton, the first district in Georgia to close classes, enrolls about 94,000 students and employed about 10,500 full-time personnel last school year.
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