Multiple COVID-19 Exposures Take Flint Public Schools Academy to Go Virtual for Two Weeks
FLINT, MI – Richfield Public School Academy in Flint goes virtual for a two-week period after the district was notified of multiple exposures to COVID-19.
The neighborhood announced its closure on Monday, October 25 on its Facebook page. All classes – Kindergarten to Grade 8 – have gone virtual from Wednesday October 27th and will run until Monday November 8th.
In-person classes for students are scheduled to resume on Tuesday, November 9.
Students were sent home with Chromebooks and iPads for virtual learning on Monday. Parents who have questions should contact their child’s principals.
It is not known if any positive cases were confirmed at the school in the past week. Richfield’s current COVID-19 dashboard on the website has not been updated since September 20.
Richfield Public School Academy superintendent Pamela Haldy did not respond to MLive-The Flint Journal for comment Thursday morning.
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