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Loop goes remote until Nov. 2

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Infectious disease specialists throughout the country are predicting a surge of coronavirus cases and a second wave. As a precaution, Loop ISD students are going remote using Google classroom, said pre-k through high school principal, Charla Scott. Due to a couple of COVID-cases on campus, Loop classrooms will remain empty, at least of students, until Nov. 2.

“We have been preparing all year for this possibility, and we are confident that our students and teachers are ready to transition to remote learning successfully. Student activities, including volleyball and football, will continue. Teachers and staff will continue to work at the school, as well,” Scott said, adding that Loop ISD contracted with Germblast and had the building sanitized on Saturday, Oct. 17. “The safety and health of our students is our top priority, and we still feel that Loop ISD is one of the safest places to be.”

Precautions on campus include students age ten and up wearing masks during all transitions, and all staff is faithful to wear masks or facial coverings at all times. “We also have protective plexiglass shields in place in the classrooms, and our custodians clean and sanitize daily,” Scott said.