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COVID-19 case reported at Antelope Trails Elementary and Pioneer Elementary moving to eLearning

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) — A staff member at Antelope Trails Elementary tested positive for COVID-19, according to an Academy District 20 spokesperson. 

The staff member is in isolation and all staff and students who had close contact with the staff member are now in quarantine. The district said an entire class was affected.

The areas in the school where the staff member was present are temporarily closed for deep cleaning and disinfecting.

Meanwhile, Pioneer Elementary School will transition to eLearning. Although there are no positive COVID-19 cases at the school, the district spokesperson said 19 staff and 30 students are in isolation or quarantine, which lead to a decision to temporarily move to eLearning. 

The next steps regarding returning to in-person learning at Pioneer Elementary will be announced through email no later than noon on Sunday, according to the district.

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  1. What do these news channels have against D2? You NEVER see D2 in their stories. Panorama went down for COVID last week and the kids not in the affected cohort were able to go back today, the effected cohort can’t go back until after fall break. Giberson went down yesterday. But did you see them mentioned on any news channel? Nope. D2 is the most marginalized district in at least Colorado Springs/El Paso County. You would think they didn’t exist judging by the news stations. Absolutely ridiculous. You can’t just get rid of an entire district because they aren’t a “rich” district.

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