Safety measures and support of Holy Redeemer School community facilitate return of class after recovery of tw0 COVID-19 cases
After a teacher and student at Holy Redeemer Catholic School in Kensington, Maryland, tested positive for COVD-19 in the first week of September 2020, school officials there immediately implemented a plan to have students in the affected class go into quarantine and move from in-person to virtual learning for a two-week period.
“Before school even started we expected the best and prepared for the worst,” said Tommy Corrigan, principal of Holy Redeemer Catholic School. “If something was going to happen, we knew we would not panic, but we would be prepared.”
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