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Draper Park to Pivot Online Learning, Jordan High Plans to ‘Test to Stay’

Increased COVID-19 cases associated with Draper Park Middle and Jordan High are requiring mitigation efforts at both of the schools.

A temporary pivot to online learning is planned for Draper Park Middle, which currently counts 17 cases, according to county health officials, who also note the upswing in positivity rates in the Draper area.

As a result of the rising cases at the Draper school, all students at Draper Park will learn remotely from Thursday, Jan. 21 until Feb. 1. Students will attend school at Draper Park on Wednesday, Jan. 20 before beginning the period of remote learning.

Draper Park parents were notified on Tuesday, Jan. 19 of the decision to move online for a short period of time.

Jordan High parents also have been informed about a “Test to Stay” event being planned for Thursday, Jan. 21. The case count associated with the ‘Digger school community jumped to 26, and the ZIP codes surrounding the school also are experiencing an uptick in positivity rates.

Under the Utah Department of Health’s “Test to Stay” program, students at a school of Jordan’s size that has reached a 1 percent rate are offered rapid antigen tests at the school and during school hours. Those who test negative are able to remain in school and those who test positive are directed to isolate and learn remotely.

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