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.
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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