List: Which schools in Colorado have positive COVID-19 cases

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FILE – In this Aug. 5, 2020, file photo, wearing masks to prevent the spread of COVID19, elementary school students use hand sanitizer before entering school for classes in Godley, Texas. As schools reopen around the country, their ability to quickly identify and contain coronavirus outbreaks before they get out of hand is about to be put to the test. (AP Photo/LM Otero, File)

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DENVER (KDVR) — As school resumes for students in Colorado, many districts have already reported positive COVID-19 cases.

As of Friday, these are the schools with positive cases:

PreK-12 schools:

  • King Elementary, D11 – Colorado Springs (Individuals notified of possible exposure risk)
  • Holly Ridge Elementary School (One second grade class and its teacher is quarantined)
  • Sand Creek Elementary (All sixth grade students learning remote until Sept. 8)
  • Hodgkins Leadership Academy (Some students quarantined until Sept. 8)
  • Fort Lupton High School (Remote learning until Sept. 8)
  • Burlington Middle School (Remote learning until Sept. 8)
  • Windsor Middle School (Some students off campus until Sept. 10)
  • Soaring Eagles Elementary School (School closed until Monday, small group quarantined until Sept. 8)
  • Grandview High School (Two students tested positive. Some Cohort B students are quarantined through Sept. 11. Some tennis athletes are quarantined through Sept. 10)
  • Overland High School (A very limited number of students were in close contact. The infected student last attended school on Wednesday, Aug. 19)
  • Eaglecrest High School (Cherry Creek School District says there was no impact to students or staff)
  • Fleming Junior High School/Senior High School (According to the Haxton-Fleming Herald, all students in grades 6-12 will learn from home until Sept. 3)
  • Falcon Creek Middle School (One student with “major symptoms;” entire sixth grade class remote for two weeks)
  • Chaparral High School (One person with symptoms; 88 people quarantined)
  • STEM School Highlands Ranch (One person with COVID-19; 44 students quarantined)
  • Heritage High School (One student and one teacher with COVID-19; entire school learning remotely through Sept. 11)
  • Skyline Vista Elementary (One student with COVID-19. Four teachers and entire kindergarten class quarantined for 14 days)
  • Cherry Creek High School (64 students, one staff member quarantined for two weeks)
  • Bear Creek Elementary School (two cases)
  • GOAL High School – Fountain Site (two cases)
  • Jordahl Elementary School (two cases)
  • Primrose School at Lowry (three cases)
  • Sand Creek Elementary School (three cases)
  • Dakota Ridge High School (one case)
  • Westminster High School (254 students quarantined, entire school going remote. Quarantine ends Sept. 22)
  • Jefferson Jr/Sr High School – Jeffco (Three students tested positive, entire school learning remote)
  • ThunderRidge High School – All students moving to virtual learning on Oct. 5. In-person learning will resume on or after Oct. 19.

Colleges and Universities:

Is Fort Lupton High School COVID-19 closure a sign of things to come?

We will continue to update this story as more schools are added to the list.

Changing Course: When Colorado schools will reopen for 2020 academic year

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