150 people in quarantine from 9 Seminole County schools after possible COVID-19 exposure since school started, district says

Seminole County Public Schools has asked more than 150 people to quarantine due to possible COVID-19 exposure since the school year began.

The district said that follows a dozen positive cases of the virus affecting nine different schools.

Here are the latest numbers of those being asked to quarantine by the district:

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  • Two teachers prior to the school year starting were asked to quarantine at Altamonte Elementary, and are set to return next week.
  • 18 individuals quarantining at Lake Mary Elementary
  • 21 individuals quarantining at Lawton Elementary
  • 15 individuals quarantining at Wilson Elementary
  • 11 individuals quarantining at Teague Middle School
  • Three individuals quarantining at Winter Springs High School
  • 11 individuals quarantining at Hagerty High School
  • 26 individuals quarantining at Lyman High School
  • 51 individuals quarantining at Lake Brantley High School

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The district said while in quarantine, all individuals will switch to the Seminole Connect remote learning platform until they are cleared to return to campus, which is typically 14 days.

Jeff Levkulich

Jeff Levkulich, WFTV.com

Jeff Levkulich joined the Eyewitness News team as a reporter in June 2015.