DAVIS COUNTY, Utah (ABC4 News) — Bluff Ridge Elementary and West Point Elementary have announced that they will be temporarily moving to online learning due to COVID-19 outbreaks at the schools.
Bluff Ridge Elementary and West Point Elementary will enter a “soft closure” on Thursday, Dec. 3, and will return to in-person classes on Thursday, Dec. 17.
No classes will be held at the schools on Dec. 3 to give teachers extra time to prepare for the transition to online learning, a spokesman from the Davis School District said.
Clearfield High School and Farmington Junior High School are the only two other schools in the Davis School District who are currently in a “soft closure” due to COVID-19. Those 2 schools are expected to return to in-person classes on Dec. 7.
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