Harmony Middle School will close its grounds down for a face to face learning for the next two weeks after 10 staff individuals tried positive for COVID-19.
School District of Osceola County Superintendent Dr. Debra Pace said, “This absolutely started during the pre-planning experience, we had a couple of staff members report testing positive on Saturday, two more on Sunday,”.
From Sept. 14 students and teachers will be permitted to go to campus.
“We are going, to be honest, we are going to be open we’re going to be transparent and we’re going to react,” Pace said. She wrote, “The Osceola School District appreciates the understanding, support, and patience from the Harmony Wrangler community as we take this precautionary measure to ensure the health and safety of our students and staff members,”.
The message sent to the parents was, “The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted multiple staff members at Harmony Middle School during this past week. The Osceola School District has worked closely with the Department of Health, and at this time, there is no evidence of any secondary transmission to students. Out of an abundance of caution, the Osceola School District has decided to move all face-to-face teachers and students at Harmony Middle School to digital learning starting Monday, August 31, for the next two weeks,”.