Skyline High School dismisses in-person class for two weeks following COVID-19 outbreak
SALT LAKE CITY– Skyline High School is moving online for two weeks starting on Friday due to 15 or more positive cases of COVID-19 at the school. According to the Granite School District, 18 people associated with Skyline have tested positive for COVID-19.
Ben Horsley with the Granite School District said the Skyline campus will be open, and teachers will be working from their classrooms. However, students will be learning remotely.
Students will return to campus on Nov. 3o.
*This story has been corrected. Skyline is dismissing in-person classes, not closing the campus.
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