UPDATE: 4:23 p.m. Tuesday, September 22, 2020 - Corning Union High School Superintendent Jarod Caylor announced that in-person classes will resume on Thursday, after a temporary swap to distance learning.
Caylor said after two separate positive cases of coronavirus on-campus, the district has determined there is no evidence the two students who have COVID-19 contracted it on campus.
The two cases were separate incidents and not related.
CORNING, Calif. - Corning Union High School is moving back to all distance learning after two high school students tested positive.
A post on the school's social media page says both students were on campus while infectious. School representatives say Tehama County Public Health has quarantined all students and staff that were in class with those students during their infections period.
The school will remain in full distance learning for at least Monday, Sept. 21 and Tuesday, Sept. 22.
Good Evening CUHSD Families,
This afternoon CUHS was notified by Tehama County Public Health (TCPH) that two Corning Union High School students have tested positive for COVID-19 and were on campus during their infectious period.
— Corning Cardinals (@CUHSCardinals) September 21, 2020