Fletcher High Moves All Teaching Online Due To 'Multiple Cases Of COVID-19'

Oct 14, 2020

Beginning Thursday, students of Fletcher High School will be learning at home through at least Monday, according to a message from the school's principal.

“We have become aware of multiple cases of COVID-19 impacting our school community. Because of a number of cases, we will transition all students to online instruction,” Principal James Ledford states in the recorded message, WJCT News partner News4Jax reported.

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The principal didn’t say how many cases have been reported. According to the Duval County school district’s website, there have been five reported cases at the school as of Tuesday including four students and one staff member.

In addition to classes moving online, Ledford said there will be no athletics or after school activities, including Wednesday night’s junior varsity football game and the Friday night varsity football game.

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