INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Public Schools informed parents of 61 fourth graders at Lew Wallace Elementary that their students came in close contact with a staff member who tested positive for COVID-19.
IPS said the students must quarantine for 14 days, but e-learning along with their class and independent learning will continue with IPS-issued student devices.
IPS continues to require students and staff to wear masks regardless of vaccination status. IPS returned to class on Monday, Aug. 2.
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