Trinity High School switches to fully remote learning for 2 weeks after case of coronavirus confirmed on campus

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TRINITY, N.C. — Trinity High School is going fully virtual for two weeks after a case of the coronavirus was confirmed on campus, according to Randolph County School System Superintendent Stephen Gainey.

The school discovered the case on Sunday.

Trinity High School says students on the Group A schedule will return to classes on Sept. 14 and students on the Group B schedule will return on Sept. 17.

Gainey said he is working with Randolph County Public Health to address the situation.

School administration contacted all people who may have been exposed on Sunday afternoon.

The principal also sent a telephone message to the homes of all students to tell parents of the change.

All staff members at Trinity High School were contacted as well.

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