Great Falls High School is moving to remote learning for the rest of the week due to an increase in COVID-19 cases among students and staff. School officials said Monday that more than 35 people have tested positive for the respiratory virus.
Moving to remote learning will allow for quarantine or isolation times for students and staff to lapse and give sanitation crews time to disinfect more than 40 classrooms.
Student athletic activities will continue as scheduled, but there will be a mask requirement when students and coaches are in close proximity.
Schools in Plains, Noxon, Eureka and Box Elder also canceled in-person classes this week because of outbreaks.
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