Orange County

Magnolia School in Orange County moves some students to digital learning after COVID-19 case reported

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — Face-to-face learning is put on hold for some students at another Orange County public school starting Monday due to the coronavirus.

The district’s website confirms a staff member at the Magnolia School tested positive for the virus last Wednesday.

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Magnolia School announced Sunday on its website that all students in the Bridges program will switch to LauchEd@Home learning for two weeks.

Bridges is a vocational program for students ages 18 to 22.

Students enrolled in face-to-face learning can return to campus Sept. 28.

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