Frisco Elementary is moving to online learning after new confirmed cases of Covid on-site have sprung up, leading to quarantines making it difficult for face-to-face learning. Summit Daily reported on this topic in an article published onNovember 9th, in it they say:
“Frisco Elementary School is moving to online learning starting Monday, Nov. 9, because of two outbreaks and three quarantines at the school.
The quarantines — which are the result of six positive cases as well as probable cases and cases of individuals experiencing symptoms — have impacted 15 staff members and 101 students, according to an email sent to families Sunday.”
This, after The Dallas Morning News published an article online on November 12th about the swell in confirmed cases in all of the Frisco ISD this November. In it they say:
“ ‘Our data shows there is not significant spread occurring on our campuses; cases are being contracted outside the school setting,’ district officials wrote via email. ‘An ‘on-campus’ case simply means the positive individual participated in an on-campus activity during the infectious period. It does not mean the case was contracted on campus.’ ”
The good news is that the cases were caught early and decisive action was taken immediately to prevent the further spread of the disease in Frisco Elementary.