Eleven Schools Serving Coral Springs Had New Covid-19 Cases Reported Between March 7-13 | #coronavirus | #kids. | #children | #schools


CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Eleven schools serving Coral Springs had 26 new reported cases of Covid-19 among students, teachers, and others between March 7-13, according to the Florida Department of Health.

That included four teachers.

Here are the schools, according to the data:

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Coral Glades High School: five students and a staff member (33 since Sept. 6)

Coral Springs High School: two students (49 total since Sept. 6)

Coral Springs Middle School: a student and two teachers (29 total since Sept. 6)

County Hills Elementary School: a student and a teacher (20 total since Sept. 6)

Imagine Schools at Broward: a teacher (15 total since Sept. 6)

James S. Hunt Elementary School: a student (8 total since Sept. 6)

Maplewood Elementary School: two students (25 total since Sept. 6)

Ramblewood Middle School: a student and a staff member (26 total since Sept. 6)

Renaissance Charter School at Coral Springs: three students (42 total since Sept. 6)

Sawgrass Springs Middle School: a student (21 total since Sept. 6)

Westchester Elementary School: two students (34 total since Sept. 6)

To see the list of all Florida schools with Covid-19 cases, click here.

PREVIOUS SCHOOLS UPDATE: Fifteen Schools Serving Coral Springs Had New Covid-19 Cases Reported Feb. 28 – March 6

 

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