21 Lebanon City Schools Students Quarantined After One Tests Positive for COVID-19

Lebanon City Schools started classes on Monday

According to Lebanon City Schools, 21 students have been placed in quarantine after one tested positive for COVID-19. 


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Posted by Lebanon City Schools on Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Lebanon started back to class on Monday with two options for students: all in-person learning (with the ability to go remote if the district is required to close for an outbreak/if the county goes purple on the Ohio Public Health Advisory System) or all remote learning.

The in-person learning option includes COVID safety protocols, including mask use for students and teachers, as well as daily symptom checks. 

Students are asked to stay at home if they answer yes to any of these questions: 

We've reached out to the superintendent for more information and will update this story.

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