PORTLAND, Maine — For the first time this school year, students at Cheverus High School in Portland will be learning remotely because of a COVID-19 outbreak.
In a letter to students and families, principal Dr. John Moran says there are three known active cases at Cheverus and contact tracing identifies more than a quarter of students and teachers as close contacts.
According to Moran, the school consulted the Maine CDC and says there is no evidence of in-school transmission.
The plan is to be remote through next Thursday
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