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COVID Outbreaks At 4 Douglas County Schools Put Students Back Into Remote Learning

DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)- COVID-19 outbreaks at four schools in the Douglas County School District have students and teachers returning to a remote learning model for the next two weeks at the direction of the Tri-County Health Department. There are five coronavirus outbreaks at each of the four schools.

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The four schools are Mountain Vista High School, Castle View High School, Rocky Heights Middle School and Sierra Middle School. They are located in Highlands Ranch, Castle Rock and Lone Tree.

Mountain Vista's remote learning began on Wednesday and students will return to in-person learning on April 21. Castle View, Rocky Heights and Sierra Middle will begin remote learning on Friday and return to in-person on April 23.

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