A Bergen County high school has switched to online learning after 24 students tested positive for COVID-19 this week.
Fourteen students had tested positive since returning from spring break, and another 10 tested positive Tuesday, Glen Rock Superintendent Brett Charleston said in a letter.
The students were likely exposed to the virus outside of school, while on spring break -- which began March 29, according to district officials.
“The district will revisit the need to extend the quarantine over the weekend and communicate out to all stakeholders only if a decision is made to continue the quarantine for the high school,” said Charleston.
A decision was expected to be announced by 3 p.m. Sunday.
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