When COVID-19 swept through an elementary, middle and high school in Pagosa Springs in November, many kids in Archuleta School District #50 JT once again had to abandon the classroom to learn at home.
Along with shutting down the high school for five school days amid a string of staff absences, the rural southwest Colorado district, where students are not required to wewar masks in school, sent one middle school class into remote learning along with a few classes from the elementary school — where 16 students and one staff member tested positive for COVID.
The district of about 1,600 students, which Superintendent Kym LeBlanc-Esparza said saw more Covid cases in October and November than it did all last year, is among many where cases and outbreaks have been on the rise as the delta…
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