Health measures taken by local public school systems are successful thus far, according to school administrators.
During a meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 15, Marion County Superintendent of Education Ann West told members of the Marion County Board of Education that administrators have not seen any evidence of COVID-19 transmission at school.
“There is no knowledge of spread from students being in school,” West said. “I think our schools are doing very well.
Instead, the superintendent said that, thus far, all cases that have required students to be quarantined have been related to family members testing positive or transmission from events and gatherings unrelated to school.
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