• January 27, 2022
 COVID-19 Cases force Canutillo ISD to remote conferencing temporarily at 2 schools

COVID-19 Cases force Canutillo ISD to remote conferencing temporarily at 2 schools

Canutillo ISD officials announced Wednesday night that the district is experiencing an increase in the number of positive COVID-19 cases at Canutillo Middle School and Jose Damian Elementary.

As a result, in conjunction with the City of El Paso Department of Public Health, precautionary measures will be taken for these two campuses.

“As part of the district’s proactive mitigation efforts, the students will participate in remote conferencing from home on Friday, November 12, 2021,” CISD officials shared. “Both campuses will not have in-person learning in order for the schools to be cleaned and sanitized.”

As per TEA guidelines, remote conferencing can be done by the teacher of record as long as they are not teaching in-person and remote learners at the same time.

The District added that all teachers and students will report back to campus on Monday, November 15, 2021.

The district will continue to work closely with the El Paso Department of Public Health to ensure the safety of our students, staff, and community

For more information on Canutillo ISD, click here; for our complete coverage of the pandemic, click here.

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