Maricopa County schools track outbreaks as reopenings continue

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By Lily Altavena | Arizona Republic

With more schools opening their doors and classrooms to students come more outbreaks of COVID-19. 

Arcadia High reported a COVID-19 outbreak on Monday. A letter shared with The Arizona Republic does not state how many students and staff members tested positive.

Chaparral High shared similar news of an outbreak among students and staff, with a reported seven new cases among students, according to another letter. 

Both schools are in the Scottsdale Unified School District, which opened its doors for in-person learning to high schoolers and middle schoolers on Monday. 

J.O Combs Unified, Peoria Unified and Paradise Valley Unified all reported new cases on Monday, as well.

It is likely bigger districts will continue to report cases amid the pandemic as more districts open. Some are reopening despite health recommendations advising schools to continue to limit the number of students allowed on campus. 


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